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Deficits in Writing

People with learning disabilities might have difficulty with the cognitive or the physical process of writing. In addition, people with learning disabilities might have difficulty spelling, which can manifest itself in letter reversals, letter transposition, omission of letters or words, or illegible handwriting. People with learning disabilities may have difficulty with the physical process of writing. It may be difficult to fill in blanks, bubble in dots, line up numbers or words in a column, on a line, or within a margin. Handwriting may be illegible. Some possible job functions include:

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