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Dysgraphy: sources and notes

Useful addresses:

- French Federation of Dys: www.ffdys.com

- The association DYS-POSITIF: //www.dys-po

- Reference center for language and learning disorders, Necker Children's Hospital, APHP. Tel: +33 (0) 1.44.49.46.44

Sources:

- The dysgraphies, Integrascol, October 2011.

- www.graphidys.com.

- www.ggre.org

Authors : Maud Carron and Dr. Ada Picard, child psychiatrist.
Expert consultant : Elisabeth Farel, psychologist and graphotherapist, member of the GGRE (group of graphotherapists-re-educators of writing).

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