Printing changes in school-aged children after participation in an 8-week Handwriting Without Tears program
The purpose of this study is to determine if the program Handwriting Without Tears can help children with handwriting problems write better in an eight week program.
Participants will be asked to participate in the study for 10 weeks, one week before and after the program.
Study Visits will be at the University at Buffalo, South Campus
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The objective of this research study is to determine if children in grades 1-6 who are experiencing persistent handwriting difficulties demonstrate improvement in handwriting and/or visual motor integration after participating in an 8-week Handwriting Without Tears handwriting (HWT) program.
The effect of a HWT program will be measured in two ways. The first is by using the Test of Handwriting Skills - Revised (THSR), a standardized handwriting assessment for children aged 6 to 18. The second measurement used will be the Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration 6th edition (VMI).
Keywords: children, handwriting problem
Children, grades 1 - 6
Persistent handwriting problems
Proficient in English
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