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We hope these videos will answer some of your commonly asked questions about DCD

The first set of videos involve Professor Amanda Kirby and Professor David Sugden.

Introduction

What is DCD?

What are the international criteria for DCD (DSM-5/ICD-10)?

DCD in adolescents and adults

What is overlap or co-occurrence in DCD?

What are the characteristics of DCD in childhood?

What are the characteristics of DCD in adulthood?

What triggers an assessment in childhood?

What triggers an assessment in adulthood?

How would you assess a child for DCD?

How would you assess an adult for DCD?

General guidelines for intervention

What is support and intervention?

What ways can we deliver intervention?

How would you deliver intervention in adulthood?

 

 

The second series of videos involve Professor Amanda Kirby and Professor Elisabeth Hill.

What is a cognitive assessment?

Why do we use cognitive assessments in children and adults with DCD?

What is the importance of motor skills in everyday life?

What are non-motor elements of DCD?

 

Do we identify all children in schools with DCD?

Is DCD a disability under the Equality Act 2010?

How could parents discuss DCD with their child?

What are the strengths for children and adults with DCD?

How are the European and UK guidelines on DCD created?

 

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