Dysgraphia Life is developing a research registry. A registry is a way to collect high quality data about people living with a condition. The registry will allow people with writing difficulties and parents/guardians of children with writing difficulties to share their experiences about living with dysgraphia and what is and is not working for you.
Analysis of this information will inform the education of millions of students who have writing difficulties. As the data builds, researchers will be also able to improve education by testing new interventions and comparing their effectiveness. Because dysgraphia affects more than 10% of students, there is enormous potential to improve people’s lives.
The Dysgraphia Registry is expected to launch in the first half of 2023.
We are actively working with our Research Advisory Board and other community members to develop the research protocol, technology platform, and initial surveys.
How can I help?
If you are interested in volunteering to participate in the development of the registry, please fill out this form
If you are a researcher and want to include your study in the registry, email the Principal Investigator, Jennifer C. King, PhD, to discuss at email@example.com
If you would like your company to be a corporate sponsor, we have sponsorship packages. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for one
We need financial support to build and run the Dysgraphia Registry, please consider contributing. Any amount helps!