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Re: One happy, one so sad
Tue Sep 18, 2007 3:45pm (XFF: unknown)

has your son received a diagnosis of dysgraphia?

  • One happy, one so sadshabby, Tue Sep 18 9:52am
    My DS is in second grade. Started out OK, but he got put into lower reading groups this year because he can't write well. He is reading Superfudge at home, but is bored with reading at school, and... more
    • Re: One happy, one so sad — Hanna, Tue Sep 18 3:45pm
      • Re: One happy, one so sadshabby, Tue Sep 18 8:02pm
        No, we are just now coming to the realization that it's not improving. Who do we look for to help? Psychologist? OT? pediatrician?
        • If it were meHanna, Tue Sep 18 8:23pm
          I would approach the school psychologist. She may be able to evaluate him or even recommend someone. Often schools have OTs on staff or itinerant. In the mean time, get him a fun typing program- my... more
          • Re: If it were meshabby, Wed Sep 19 8:03am
            Thanks! You answered my question before I even had a chance to ask. I will look for type to learn.
            • Glad to help! (nm)Hanna, Wed Sep 19 11:13am
              • Follow upshabby, Thu Sep 27 2:37pm
                The teacher contacted the OT who hasn't responded. We do not have any diagnosis. Can the OT just see a child without a diagnosis or a referral from a special educator? The teacher didn't know the... more
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