Category Dysgraphia

What are Social Stories?

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In the realm of supporting individuals with social and communication challenges, Social Stories have emerged as powerful tools for fostering understanding, empathy, and positive behavior. Developed by Carol Gray in the early 1990s, Social Stories are concise narratives designed to help individuals, especially those with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) or other developmental differences, navigate social situations with greater ease. This article explores the concept of Social Stories, their purpose, and the impact they can have on social development.

Misconceptions of Dysgraphia

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Dysgraphia is a learning disability that affects a person's ability to write, whether by hand or using a keyboard. It is a neurological disorder that can cause a variety of symptoms, including difficulty with handwriting, spelling, grammar, punctuation, and organization of written language.