Comparison of motor skills in Children with developmental coordination disorder and normal peers مقاله
Iranian Rehabilitation Journal 2008 - Number7 (5 صفحه - از 5 تا 9)
Background: Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) is a motor skill disorder which impacts upon a child, s ability to perform age- appropriate activity of daily living and academic performance. They have problems in gross &amp;amp; fine motors, their upper limb coordination are impaired, too .In this way, we decided to compare motors skills with BOTMP test in children with DCD and their normal peers. Methods: In this study 30 children with DCD (age range is 6/5-8/5) have studied and compared with their normal peers.Bruininks- Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency (BOTMP) was used. Results: The study showed Motor skills in DCD children are significantly poorer than their normal peers. (p&amp;lt;0/001) Gross motor, Fine motor skills and the upper limb coordination are significant impaired in DCD children. Conclusion: In the process of evaluation Children with DCD, standard instrument, like BOTMP can be used.BOTMP detected deficiency in gross &amp;amp; fine motor and other area like, upper limb coordination .We need accurate in formations for better treatment.BOTMP can be used in the process of evaluation for every DCD child , after that goals of treatment will be clearer.کلیدواژه ها:
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