Well-being of individuals with DCD and their family
Background: Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD/dyspraxia) is a movement coordination disorder that affects fine and gross motor coordination skills.
Problems can manifest in a wide range of areas such as riding a bike, participating in sports, or affecting general well-being.
Aim: In this study, we are trying to understand if/how DCD impacts on the psychological well-being of adults with DCD and their close relatives (parents, children and siblings).
Taking part in the study requires completing a short online survey which asks general questions about oneself, one's family and DCD.
We are looking for the following people to take part:
Adults (19+) with DCD
Parents of individuals (19+) with DCD
Siblings (16+) of individuals (19+) with DCD
Taking part: If this is you and you would like to take part, please click on the relevant links:
Here, if you have DCD and are over 19 years
Here, if you are the parent of an adult with DCD
Here, if you are over 16 years, and the sibling of an adult with DCD
To know more, please email Cecile Muller (email@example.com).
PI: Dr Judith Gentle
Thank you for your interest in this study.