Angela Toms
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This app called SnapType would assist students with any form of writing disability, especially Dysgraphia. The student uses a phone or ipad to take a picture of worksheets handed out in class. This uploads to their phone and they can type in their answers instead of handwriting it. They can then email, print, or turn the document into a PDF for submission. This lets students with writing disabilities not be slowed down and keep up with their classmates.

Take a picture of your school worksheet and add text. SnapType is an Occupational Therapy app that helps students who have difficulty writing. Students can take pictures of their worksheets in class and use the iPad keyboard to type in answers.