Janna: My 9 yr old has been diagnosed by an independent psychologist with “Impairment of written expression.” He also has diagnosis of autism and general anxiety disorder. At this year’s IEP meeting the school psychologist told me “Impairment of written expression was NOT dysgraphia and they did not have to provide accommodations for it. However, since he has AUTISM he’s getting accommodations for that.”Our state has changed math requirements to include more sentence type explanations of answers so my child is becoming more frustrated with school. They did not allow for him to have a scribe and would not list his learning disability on the IEP. Please help me educate our school system and make sure my child gets appropriate accommodations while we are privately remediating his writing skills at home. Thank you!