Autistic children more likely to have poor handwriting

11/10/2009 | Yahoo!

A small study of children ages 8 to 13 found those with autism were more likely to have handwriting problems, including forming letters. Researchers said that while overall handwriting quality was worse in autistic children, they were able to align, space and size letters as well as children without the disorder.

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