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Occupational Therapists and Dysgraphia: How We Help

Updated: Apr 13




Pediatric occupational therapists (OTs) are widely known to help children with their fine motor skills. We are experts with kids needing sensory regulation interventions or self-help skills. But where do we fit in on a team when a child has a learning difference, such as Dyslexia or Dysgraphia? What is our role with this population? And how do we serve these children and support them academically and in their occupational role of literacy? Let’s find out!



Let's start by quickly defining Dyslexia and Dysgraphia...

According to the DSM 5TR, specific learning disabilities (SLD) is the umbrella diagnosis under which impairment in reading, writing, or math is delineated.

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