Database: ADHD and DCD motor assessment

Published: 18 March 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/3gmpx5pj5d.1
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Francisco Rosa Neto

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Motor assessment protocol: Rosa Neto, F. (2021). Manual of motor function assessment - MDS III: intervention in early childhood, elementary and special education (2nd ed). EDM. Database - Article entitled "Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder and Developmental Coordination Disorder: Two Different Motor Disorders".

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The Motor Development Scale (MDS) (Rosa Neto, 2021) is a motor assessment protocol, indicated for children aged between 2 and 11 years, which includes three motor areas: coordination (fine and global motor skills), proprioception (balance and body scheme), and perception (spatial and temporal organization) (See Figure 2). The instrument provides quantitative and qualitative values for each motor domain. Motor ages represent the results of specific test and general development. Motor quotients are classified into levels: “Very High” (equal to or greater than 130 points); "High" (120-129); “Normal High” (110-119); “Average” (90-109); “Average Low” (80-89); “Low” (70-79) and “Very Low” (less than 70). MDS was administered individually to children in the ADHD and DCD groups in a single session lasting approximately 40 minutes. Rosa Neto, F. (2021). Manual of motor function assessment - MDS III: intervention in early childhood, elementary and special education (2nd ed). EDM.

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Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina Centro de Ciencias da Saude e do Esporte

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Motor Skills, Neurodevelopmental Disorder, Developmental Assessment, Neurodevelopmental Assessment, Child Development, Children with Developmental Disabilities, Fine Motor Development

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