Developmental Coordination Disorder

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Development coordination disorder (DCD) is a common diagnostic term used internationally to describe children who have a motor skills disorder that interferes significantly with their successful participation in everyday activities at home and school (Morgan, Long 2012). Studies show that six percent of mostly boys are affected by a developmental coordination disorder between the ages of five to twelve. Developmental coordination disorder comes with motor deficits that can be associated with social and emotional problems, and most children can outgrow the disorder. Core symptoms of this disorder can be broken down into two main criteria, criterion A, performance in daily activities that require motor coordination is substantially below that
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