The FAW is now available for preorder and will be published later this year.
Students spend nearly 60% of their school day engaged in the process of written expression. Deficits in the writing process can wreak havoc on students’ learning, their grades, and, possibly, their future. The FAW examines the underlying processes that support proficient written language skills. In addition to identifying the possibility of dysgraphia, the FAW is able to determine the specific subtype of dysgraphia. The Administration and Scoring Guide provides instructions that simplify assessment and make scoring straightforward.
The FAW is a diagnostic achievement test designed to examine the underlying cognitive, motoric, and linguistic processes that support proficient written language skills. It joins the FAR and the FAM as the third and final member of the Feifer Family of diagnostic achievement test batteries, all of which examine subtypes of learning disabilities using a brain–behavior perspective.
The FAW was designed to measure three subtypes of written language disorders, or dysgraphia.
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