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Dyspraxia / DCD in adults

Checked: 23-08-2023 by 5 Rob Adams Next Review: 23-08-2025


Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) - formerly known as Dyspraxia -  is usually diagnosed in childhood. However, in some cases adults may present with concerns about co-ordination difficulties.

Please see the following advice from the NHS:


There is no commissioned service for diagnosis or treatment of Dyspraxia (DCD) in adults in BNSSG.


Support Groups:


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