Quick guide for occupational therapists: Diagnosis of developmental coordination disorder in children and adults

Occupational therapists' skills and expertise mean they play an essential role in the assessment, diagnosis and support of people whose difficulties managing daily life activities are (or may be) due to developmental coordination disorder (DCD). 

This document describes the role of occupational therapy in the assessment and diagnosis of DCD in children and adults and will be of interest to occupational therapists, other members of the multidisciplinary team and service commissioners. 

It may also be of interest to members of the public seeking an assessment/diagnosis of DCD for themselves or a family member.

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