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Please note the following important points:
- Changing handwriting takes a lot of time and effort.
- Encouragement is essential.
- Short, regular, frequent periods of practice are much more effective than long sessions.
- Make sure that any teaching at home does not set up conflicts for the child between home and school.
The following sections have lists of material suitable for helping children who have handwriting difficulties. The suggestions have been made by individual members of the National Handwriting Association and are not necessarily endorsed by the Group as a whole.