By Amanda Morin
Getting your reluctant writer interested in writing isn’t always easy. Here are some strategies for writing that don’t focus on sitting down to write.
A parent advocate and former teacher, Amanda Morin is the proud mom of kids with learning and attention issues and the author of The Everything Parent’s Guide to Special Education.
Mar 26, 2014
Mar 26, 2014
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My ASD had it put into his IEP that he could use a word processor for all writing assignments. They could hook it up to the teacher's computer and print out his assignments.
Sadly, my son with ASD is resistant to change. He writes very well, but it takes him a LONG time to get his thoughts "on paper." I'm looking for ways to lessen the anxiety around writing, and improve his efficiency.
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