In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Kendra Wagner, a Learning Specialist out of Seattle, Washington. Kendra shares her insight specifically with dysgraphia and shares her knowledge in treating, coaching and adapting to a life with dysgraphia. Read below for highlighted moments in this information packed interview.
Kendra Wagner – [email protected]
Kendra’s Website – www.readingwritingthinking.net
Handwriting Without Tears – https://www.lwtears.com/hwt
The Writing Revolution – https://www.thewritingrevolution.org
Step Up to Writing – https://www.voyagersopris.com/literacy/step-up-to-writing/overview
All About Spelling – https://www.allaboutlearningpress.com/all-about-spelling/
Diana King Series on Writing – https://amzn.to/3Io5gXT
Claw Pencil Grip – https://amzn.to/3qIA7IB
Contact info for the podcast: [email protected]
E-Diagnostic Learning Website: https://ediagnosticlearning.com
1 thought on “Episode 32 – Dysgraphia Specialist, Kendra Wagner”
have you worked with someone who had Dysgraphia, that was born prematurely? I am struggling with writing badly. My cursive is a joke. Print Ok. Spellcheck and Grammarly and my errors cause me burnout. Essays are horrible. I need help with it GCU. I work with SDS services with visual impairment. I use TTS, and SNHU was better. I am stuck trying to get my Masters in Psychology. I can draw though. I was mainstreamed in public school and pushed through grades. The Cursive was very messy. notes are messy. I hold utensils like a baby. for more control. I noticed the larger the font the better. Even operating a Wii controller to bowl was too hard. I break colored pencil tips for holding them too hard. yet I would like to draw that way. Felt tips I smash the tip too. They wear out faster. I have arthritis in my hands too. Post-its are too small, I lose track of them. I use sharpies and legal pads for college, ZoomText, and Dragon, when connected. I need help.