Twenty-four individuals with refractory dysgraphia underwent a quantitative electroencephalogram (QEEG) to determine abnormalities of critical writing areas (left frontal and central). These abnormalities were trained with 5–10 sessions of neurofeedback to decrease excessive slow or fast activity in those areas. All 24 experienced significant improvement in handwriting. Two individuals who declined neurofeedback training did not improve over a similar time period. This approach appears to consistently improve handwriting in subjects with refractory dysgraphia.

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