A member of a group of disabled nurses asked fellow nurses with disabilities for suggestions on how to learn to write with your non-dominant hand. Nurses may struggle with this challenge from a tremor disorder or following a stroke, amputation, injury, arthritis, or other disabling condition. These are some of the suggestions offered by the group. With your non-dominant hand:
Trace letters and shapes in a children's book.
Color with crayons.
Do crossword puzzles to practice block printing.
Write big and slowly.