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Stories Sparking Science

There is a lack of awareness, understanding, and strategies to support dysgraphia or specific learning disability of written expression.

Sharing your dysgraphia story can spark ideas - we call them #DysgraphiaSparks - and these ideas inspire the research questions that we need answered to help make meaningful progress for our community.

The focus on meaningful is important.  It's not just any science - it's science that matters to you. Meaningful research questions that are fueled by the challenges in your day to day life.

Even though awareness month is over, you can still contribute. View the examples below and share your storyOr simply answer our one question survey. 


Together, we will make a difference. 

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Share Your Story

Everyone's story matters. Yours could spark a future research study. Share your dysgraphia story with us (either typed or by video) and let us know if we can share it with others. #DysgraphiaSparks

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"What people come with are their stories, their questions, their confusion and their frustrations. Embedded in their comments are interesting research questions. Even though people may not be thinking about them as research questions, these are the seeds through which research questions are going to emerge and get crystallized."

-- Dysgraphia Life Research Advisory Board Member

Stories Sparking Science is part of a project funded by a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award (EACB-26111).

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