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School is tough enough when you know how to write, imagine being one of the 33% of students who simply can’t write letters and numbers. This inability or difficulty is called dysgraphia. Children who suffer from dysgraphia often earn the reputation of lazy. However, these children, like all children, want to succeed. They do not need to live lives of frustration and anxiety and a constant feeling of failing the adults they respect.
Cheri brings with her years of research and education. She earned her first BS in Biochemistry in 1987, a second BS in Occupational Therapy in 1994, and a MS in Occupational Therapy in 2009. In addition to working with K-12 programs, she has worked alongside several universities creating unique experiences for OT students and organizations in the practice of occupational