Does your child tend to struggle with handwriting? Are they often criticised by teachers for "sloppy" penmanship or taking longer to write than their peers. This can result in your child feeling frustrated and alienated at school. But difficulty writing doesn't necessarily mean poor literacy. It can be a case of Dysgraphia.
If your child has been diagnosed with Dysgraphia, it can make education feel challenging and frustrating. They can feel as though they are behind their peers or, worse, that their intellectually inferior. This can lead to a loss of engagement in their learning.
The good news is that we can help with a programme of personalised Dysgraphia tutoring that is completely tailored to the individual learning needs of your child.