Purpose This study aimed to assess the written language skills of children with auditory brainstem implants (ABI). Methods In this study, 15 children (from second to eighth grades) with ABI were evaluated for their written language abilities using a written expression skill assessment form. Five different features of written expression points were scored and analyzed, yielding a composite score for written expression skills. Results This study showed that all children with ABI needed more verbal cues than spontaneously written samples. Moreover, these children used short and simple sentences with limited vocabulary and repeated words and sentences. Furthermore, these children were deficient in writing an introduction, the body, and the conclusion paragraphs and could not write events in a logical sequence. Conclusions The written language skills of children with ABI depend on age at implantation, duration of implant use, and additional handicaps. Written expression skills in children with ABI are highly complex skills. The findings highlight the importance of ABI during the critical language development period and the enhancement of training programs for written language skills in children who underwent ABI.