Using Dynamilis, test if your child has dysgraphia

Dysgraphia, a learning disability that affects a child's ability to write, is often underdiagnosed and misunderstood. Children with dysgraphia struggle with the mechanics of writing, such as letter formation, spacing, and line use. They may write very slowly or have a hard time expressing their thoughts on paper, which can impact their academic performance and self-esteem.

The value of early diagnosis

Detecting dysgraphia early is crucial for several reasons:

How to test for dysgraphia with Dynamilis

While Dynamilis does not replace a therapist, the app can provide a valuable and reliable indication of whether a child may have dysgraphia or not. Its assessment allows an overview of a child’s handwriting strengths and weaknesses. In the event that the app's analysis suggests a likelihood of dysgraphia in a child, a consultation with a therapist will be recommended. Therefore, it acts as a quick, cost-free, initial step to help alleviate or confirm any doubts.

To do this, you need to:

While waiting for your appointment, you can engage in the activities suggested by the application to begin the remediation process.