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Motor Skills Disorders

  • eMedicine, Motor Skills Disorder - Synonyms and related keywords: developmental motor coordination disorder, motor clumsiness, clumsy child syndrome, developmental dyspraxia, specific developmental disorder of motor function, ICD 10, clumsiness, dyscoordination disorder, motor dyspraxia

  • Motor Skills Disorder - This Developmental coordination disorder has been estimated to occur in up to 6% of primary school aged children. These conditions have historically been termed developmental motor coordination disorder, clumsiness, dyscoordination disorder, or motor dyspraxia. PsycheNet.UK.

  • The Dyspraxia Association (Ireland) (including developmental coordination disorders) - The Web site of the Dyspraxia Association of Ireland defines what dyspraxia is and provides information on how dypraxia can be recognised, indicators in the pre school and school age child, and what children, and parents of children, with dyspraxia need.

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