|Dan Perkins sits high atop a horse|
with the help of Billy Petty, right,
a summer intern at camp.
EAST HADDAM, Conn. -- Talli Wyler was struggling to write a story, hampered by a writing disorder that makes it difficult for her to produce much more than an illegible scrawl.Wyler, 18, is a camper at Franklin Academy — a boarding school for high school students with Asperger's syndrome and other related disabilities, which holds a summer program. She looked up from her desk to see Caitlin Anders, her intern-counselor, peering over her work.
"Dysgraphia," Wyler said, explaining the problem.
"I understand completely," Anders said, adding that she has the same thing.