Many children have handwriting problems. In some cases, the problem can be easily solved: sports, games, and everyday activities at home can help children improve many of the functions that make up handwriting skills.
However, sometimes attempts to improve cursive writing are unsuccessful. The handwriting deteriorates despite all efforts on behalf of the child, teacher and parent. In this case, the best direction is to encourage the development of keyboarding skills and implement other adaptations. The most obvious adaptation is to try to convince teachers to decrease expectations for written work. "Try harder"... "Do it over"... "You're just being lazy!" - these are comments that a child probably hear from teachers about his handwriting.
The Form Pilot software will allow your child to substitute handwriting by typing using computer keyboard.