There is excellent program that was developed by occupational therapist Jan Z. Olsen that may be able to help your daughter. It is called Handwriting Without Tears (http://www.hwtears.com). You don't have to be a teacher or an occupational therapist to use it with a child. After instruction in formation of the letters, it involves only five minutes a day of concentrated practice. You might want to ask the OT who did the evaluation if she is familiar with this method.
Also, you might want to consider introducing keyboarding skills to your daughter. I like Diana Hanbury King's Keyboarding Skills book available from Educators Publishing Service. Although the program is designed for older children, I have used it successfully with children your daughter's age. The fact that the keyboard is introduced in an alphabet format within a catchy rhyme ("Little finger 'A', reach for the 'B', . . .") rather than the traditional "asdfjkl;" order really seems to make a difference in students being able to master the keys quickly without looking.