Application of an Educational Resource for Parents of Seven-Year-Old Children Diagnosed with Developmental Coordination Disorder

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Abstract

The present study aims to discuss the application of educational resource “Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder: at Home, at School and in the Community” (Missiuna, Rivard, & Pollock, 2011) for parents of seven-year-old children of a public school in a Brazilian city. The booklet aims to help parents and teachers identify and manage school-aged children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD). Methods: The contents of the booklet were used in a group of four parents of children previously identified with DCD in the school environment using a workshop. Results: The meetings of the parents were oriented to the characterization of the disorder. The activities helped parents understand the difficulties of their children. Conclusion: In this study it was found that the use of the educational resources together with games proved to be an important approach to working with parents of children with DCD. However, it is important to expand the number of participants in future studies.

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de Souza Della Barba, P. (2015) Application of an Educational Resource for Parents of Seven-Year-Old Children Diagnosed with Developmental Coordination Disorder. Advances in Physical Education, 5, 1-6. doi: 10.4236/ape.2015.51001.

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