Dysgraphia is a learning difference that affects fine motor skills, particularly writing, which demands complex motor and processing skills

It impacts handwriting, spelling, word spacing, and writing accuracy and speed.

If a child profile also includes challenges with working memory and concentration, then slow writing speed will affect ability and aspiration to complete written work.

Dysgraphia is a neurodiversity that can affect both children and adults. It may also occur with difficulty with other fine motor skill activities.