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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 section has a list of Assessment Tools for assessing children who may have handwriting difficulties.