Dysgraphia Checklist for School-Aged Children
Dysgraphia is a learning disability affecting writing skills. It can manifest itself in a number of deficit areas including handwriting, written composition, writing mechanics as well as spelling.
This dysgraphia checklist was created to assist parents and professionals in the decision-making process of identifying the students’ specific written language deficits who may require further assessment/treatment services to improve their written abilities.
This checklist can be used for multiple purposes.
1. To identify areas of deficits the child presents with for targeted assessment purposes
2. To highlight areas of strengths (rather than deficits only) the child presents with pre or post intervention
3. To highlight residual deficits for intervention purpose in children already receiving therapy services without further reassessment
- Page 1 Title
- Page 2 Directions
- Pages 3-5 Checklist
- Page 10 Select Tests of Spelling and Writing for Preschool and School-Aged Children
- AT RISK FAMILY HISTORY
- AT RISK DEVELOPMENTAL HISTORY
- BEHAVIORAL MANIFESTATIONS
- LEARNING DEFICITS
- Writing Conventions
- Writing Composition