This is a great resource from the National Autistic Society on how a classroom can be made more autism-friendly using strategies that benefit all learners.
Dysgraphia is a neurological condition which may result in a learner experiencing difficulties with their fine motor control, spelling, hand-writing and grammar.
Below are some links giving more information about the condition:
A list of websites from organisations working to support people with DCD (also called Dyspraxia):
Dyspraxia Foundation – click on the “About Dyspraxia” tab for information about this disorder and how it affects learning and everyday life.
Mindroom – website with information about various conditions that can affect learning including DCD, ADHD and Dyslexia
NHS Choices – Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (dyspraxia) in children – NHS overview including description, symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment
Iris Grace is a little girl on the autism spectrum. She has a talent for painting, and a cat called Thula. Between them, painting and Thula have made a dramatic difference to Iris Grace’s life.