Dysgraphia is a learning disability characterized by illegible handwriting caused by dysfunction of the nervous system. It can exist in two forms as the person can be mentally retarded or psycho-socially deprived.
Learning disabilities don’t happen to kids only, they are actually the reason quite a number of adults are getting frustrated at workplaces and schools.
Dyspraxia is the neurological disorder which impacts the ability of a person to plan and also process the motor tasks. The brain doesn’t process the information in the way which allows for the full transmission of the neural messages. A person with dyspraxia normally have language problems, and sometimes high difficulty with perception and thought. Dyspraxia, however, doesn’t affect the intelligence of a person, although it may cause the learning problems in many children.
Adult learning is expected to be a smooth process however that is not always the case. Dysgraphia in adults has been reported to affect their learning process especially when it comes to writing. This makes it difficult for them to coordinate and express themselves through writing effectively as expected. It’s actually a little difficult to …