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Neural Plasticity At Work

We take handwriting samples on anyone with a brain injury or learning disability. The pictures below are one example of samples from an adult with dyslexia. While you can visually see the difference in handwriting, the patient noticed the way he was organizing his notes in class. He said “typically I have to organize my notes in a way that would not make sense to a normal person without dyslexia. However, I began writing the notes as it was being dictated from the teacher–with heading and subheadings. After about 3 pages of notes, I saw that I was doing it differently and tried to go back to my old style…but my brain would not let me.”

Handwriting Before Treatment
Handwriting 3 Days After Treatment
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