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Kristen L. Hodnett
Clinical Professor, Hunter College
Sat May 23 at 10:00am ET
Kids with writing issues and dysgraphia can struggle with a range of skills—from the physical act of writing to getting thoughts down on paper. Is your child having trouble with writing? If so, there are ways you can help.
Join Kristen Hodnett, clinical professor at Hunter College, for this installment of Weekend Wisdom.
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