What is Dysgraphia?
Dysgraphia is a learning condition that manifests itself in difficulties with writing. It's a neurological condition that affects both children and adults. Dysgraphia causes people to use wrong wording for what they're trying to say, and write that are difficult to read. Approximately 10% of the children are affected by this disorder. The aetiology of dysgraphia isn't always clear, yet it can occur after a traumatic experience in adulthood. You can acquire methods to assist you overcome some of the obstacles that the disease poses in school and in life once it has been diagnosed.
How this works?
Early Diagnosis can lead to a healthier and happier life.
Goals. Purpose. Direction.
✓ What are we trying to achieve?
The objective of this research project is to discuss the ongoing research and development towards detecting dysgraphia, by using the given handwriting of the person that is being tested on by using a set of Machine Learning/Deep Learning Algorithms and other generic python libraries.
✓ Bringing changes on all-fronts.
Another objective is to lay out a foundation on the types of Dysgraphia and their causes. We are also discussing the importance of detecting this disorder at an early stage or an early age of the child, and its effects on the overall growth and development (physically, psychologically, and physiologically) of an individual.