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Dysgraphia Webinar Series

Dysgraphia Life's live, online webinar series teaches our community about specific learning disability in written expression and ways to help. The webinars are targeted at parents but have useful information for everyone. A diverse group of professionals in the field present important topics and perspectives and answer questions. 

These webinars are provided entirely free, but donations are always appreciated. 

Upcoming Live Webinars:

August 30th, 2023

Michael Greschler from SMARTS on Executive Functions & Writing

Registration information will be available in August. 


Webinar Archive (full recordings of all webinars are available for free):

Wednesday, May 24th, 2023 with Laurie Gaines-Peterson, M. Ed, MA, LPC and Abbey Weinstein, PhD from Diagnostic Learning Services

Testing for Specific Learning Disability of Written Expression: What Parents Need to Know

April 24, 2023 with Ashley Roberts

Lost In Dysgraphia: A Parent Conversation About Identifying Needs

November 22, 2022 with Julie Swanson & Jennifer D. Laviano, Esq. from Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA)

Advocating for Your Child with Dysgraphia

November 17, 2022 with Jennifer C. King, PhD

A Learning Disabilities Association of America webinar with Dysgraphia Life

Defining Dysgraphia: Creating Understanding and Support

September 27th, 2022 with Bonnie Singer, PhD, CCC

Writing: what to do when students struggle

February 16th, 2022 with Dr. Michael McCloskey and Dr. Brenda Rapp

Understanding Your Child’s Dysgraphia: A Cognitive Science Perspective

January 27, 2022, Learning Disabilities of America Conference Presentation

Support for Dysgraphia: Understanding Impact, Identifying Resources, and Creating an Advocacy Community Around Learning Disabilities of Written Expression

October 20, 2021 with George McCloskey, PhD

Executive Functions & Writing

June 23, 2021 with Cheri Dotterer, MS, OTR/L

Dysgraphia? What Is It Anyway?

March 3, 2021 with Steven Feifer, D. Ed., NCSP, ABSNP

The Neuropsychology of Written Language Disorders: Developing Evidence-Based Interventions

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