Looking to find a simple, cost effective solution for updating the DCDQ website, Brenda got in contact with our team. We are happy to say that the new DCDQ website is live. Since its inception as a free online resource for health professionals, the Developmental Coordination Disorder Questionnaire (DCDQ) has been available via a website managed by volunteers. Brenda wanted a responsive web design that she could easily maintain. Using a templated solution, we’ve programmed a CMS that allows her to easily make changes. We’ve also integrated PayPal into the website so visitors looking to purchase the Little DCDQ online can do so.
Originally developed in the late 90’s at the Alberta Children’s Hospital in Calgary, the DCDQ is a brief parent questionnaire designed to screen for coordination disorders in children aged 5 to 15 years. The Little DCDQ is a parent report measure that screens for motor coordination difficulties in 3 and 4 year old children.
To learn more and see the new website, you can go here: www.dcdq.ca