New paper published by Amanda Kirby on DCD/Dyspraxia in adulthood

By: Lynne Peters   Comments off 277 Views0

Professor Kirby and colleague Miri Tal Saban have just published a review article in the international journal of Current Developmental Disorders Reports on Developmental Coordination Disorder/Dyspraxia in adulthood using ICF( WHO) principles and demonstrating a working model. See:

DCD occurs in 3-5% of the population and is far more common than Autism. It remains one of the cinderella conditions in the neurodevelopmental disorders. It is sometimes called Dyspraxia as well.

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