Developmental Coordination Disorder is a Motor Disorder defined by challenges in motor sequencing and coordination. Children may be diagnosed with a Motor Disorder if their impairment in motor functioning interferes with their day-to-day life and their coordinated motor skills are below the level of skills expected based on their chronological age. Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder may be clumsy and/or have slow and inaccurate handwriting, assembling puzzles, making models, organizing belongings, difficulty using scissors, riding a bike or participating in sports. Impairment in daily living may be impacting their school productivity or their leisure and play. These deficits cannot be associated with a neurological condition that impacts movement or with an intellectual disability. This disorder is generally not diagnosed before age 5 because motor skill acquisition can vary. When children have intellectual disabilities, motor challenges would need to be in excess of those delays for Developmental Coordination Disorder to be diagnosed.