Dyslexia is often seen as a barrier to writing. We often hear “Children with dyslexia should never be a writer or have anything to do with writing”. There are reasons for believing so. Children with dyslexia can: Lack fine motor skills needed for writing Find spelling challenging Have weaknesses in the abstract grammar and punctuation rules Have limited vocabulary Lack confidence and be reluctant to practise Have difficulties multi-tasking: generating and structuring ideas, spelling and writing accurately At the DAS Academy, we like to believe that as long as one has the tricks and technologies to make the act of writing easier, writing does not have to be a chore for those with dyslexia! Join us on this webinar to learn the tricks for helping struggling writers!