For families looking for help with sensory processing difficulties, this is a GREAT resource!
The Sensory Smart Tip: Recognize that handwriting and writing are two different skills, and focus on composing separately.
Developing handwriting skills, and handwriting at length, is often difficult for kids with sensory processing disorder. There are many issues involved in handwriting, including memory, language processing, posture, muscle tone, body awareness, tactile issues, and so on. If your child is having difficulty handwriting, get it evaluated by a sensory smart OT. Once you are able to identify…
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