She's already had two years of speech therapy through the school system as a preschool student, and this has helped her a lot.
In April, we (her pre-k teacher and myself) noticed that her handwriting skills were just not there. I had her eyes tested and she is really bad farsighted. We got her glasses, and she wore them roughly the last six weeks of preschool. I worked with her over the summer, but she still isn't able to write her name or anything without the "dotted lines" to show her.
She was also evaluated for this through the regular school system, and they added occupational therapy IEP to her file and this fall they are adding OT to her speech therapy.
Last night we had our first PTSO meeting and her teacher mentioned that starting next Friday they will start having weekly written tests that will account as part of her grade.
The teacher and I discussed her IEP's which she was already aware of and are scheduled to start soon. I asked how this was going to affect my dd, since the school is already aware of her delay. There wasn't a straight answer other than we will have a meeting to discuss this within a few weeks.
It isn't that my daughter doesn't know the work, she just can't write it on paper.
I am lost on how to help her prepare. Because we have already been working with her handwriting and it's still a work in progress.
Anyone gone through anything similar? Advice?