Hi. We believe my son may have the learning disorder Dysgraphia. It is being addressed in school via their evaluators, but ETS (who administers the SAT) requires a medical diagnosis. They could not give me any guidance, and we are at a loss as to what medical specialty to go to for evaluation and diagnosis. He can do the regular parts of the SAT with no trouble but we are very concerned he will not be properly scored on the new written essay section of the test as his handwritten output is illegible to all.
Can you suggest the most appropriate specialist to see?
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