Developmental Coordination Disorder

Developmental coordination disorder, also called Childhood Dyspraxia is a condition affecting coordination. It is usually thought to be clumsiness or slowness or inaccuracy of motor skills performance. A child with dyspraxia has problems with movement, coordination, judgment, processing, memory and some other cognitive skills.

Consult TBC if the child has:

  • delay of motor milestones such as sitting, crawling and walking
  • slowness and imprecision in movement execution
  • difficulty in going up the stairs, pedaling, buttoning shirt, zipping, eating with utensils, using scissors


Consult TBC if the teenager or adult has:

  • difficulty in assembling puzzles and building models
  • difficulty in playing ball games
  • difficulty in writing and typing
  • Difficulty in driving and getting dressed