Writing


Writing can be affected by physical issues such as retained reflexes, visual problems causing disorientation, linear sequential organisational problems and/or weakness of the torso. For many children the combination of issues that have to be overcome in order to produce written language is simply too exhausting. Logically, their success rate improves with the removal of each obstacle.
  • First, the child must know the sequence of letters in the word and the sequence of words in a sentence.
  • Second, he/she must be able to reproduce that information in a two dimensional abstract form as letters on the page.
  • Thirdly, and concurrently to the above, the child must be physically able to grip the pencil and move it appropriately to form the letter shapes.

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