Parent information session on Developmental Coordination Disorder in (DCD) in Children Born Preterm

 

 

 

 

 

We are thrilled to announce that LLTF in conjunction with the Centre of Research Excellence in Newborn Medicine are presenting an event for parents to learn more about Development Coordination Disorder (DCD) in children born preterm. Join us for a question & answer session with a panel of amazing experts including paediatricians, physiotherapists, psychologists, and occupational therapists.

Viewers will have the opportunity to post questions live during the event.

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Topic
Children born preterm are three to four times more likely than other kids to have Development Coordination Disorder (DCD). DCD is a disorder in which a child’s movement skills are below what’s expected for their age. Children with DCD have difficulty with skills such as tying shoelaces, using cutlery, writing and playing sports, and they may have difficulties with balance and spatial awareness. The majority of children with DCD go undiagnosed.

 
Details
Parent information session on Developmental Coordination Disorder in (DCD) in Children Born Preterm

When: Monday 23 October | 10.30am – 11.30am

Where: Live broadcast the MCRI Facebook page – go to www.facebook.com/MurdochChildrensResearchInstitute