• children
  • In fact, these children are often trying very hard, but it takes them longer to process and complete activities.Typically disorganized, these kids may struggle with emotions and get easily upset or frustrated, which leads to disruptive behavior. (eparent.com)
  • Due to their motor incoordination, these children are frustrated in schoolwork, self-care, sports and recreation. (springer.com)
  • Often described by those around them as clumsy, children presenting with the characteristics of DCD may be referred to as "motor delayed. (canchild.ca)
  • You may hear from parents or teachers that these children have difficulty learning new motor tasks such as skipping, hopping, or jumping. (canchild.ca)
  • Children with DCD usually begin to withdraw from and avoid physical activities or sports at an early age. (canchild.ca)