Remedial education is the best approach to this type of disorder.
The degree of recovery depends on the severity of the disorder. Marked improvement is often seen after treatment.
- Learning problems
- Low self-esteem
- Problems with socializing
Calling Your Health Care Provider
Parents who are concerned about their child’s language ability should have the child tested by educational professionals.
Disorder of written expression : Overview, Causes, & Risk Factors
Disorder of written expression : Symptoms & Signs, Diagnosis & Tests
Disorder of written expression : Treatment
Review Date : 10/18/2008
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