Apps to Help Students with Dysgraphia and Writing Difficulties

National Center for Learning Disabilities
The National Center for Learning Disabilities provides here a list of apps which can be helpful for students with dysgrahpia or dyslexia. These apps can assist students to express themselves in writing. The apps were reviewed and tested by Darla Hatton--a leading advocate for students with disabilities--and her daughter, Kaila, who has dyslexia. 
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