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P. Asunta, K. Kämppi, K. Ng, A. Saari, and T. Tammelin

involvement of children in planning the activities is important to facilitate PA for children and adolescents and may help to eliminate barriers to it. One grade does not give a complete picture of the situation of CAWD as the CAWD group is heterogeneous with different levels of functional difficulties, long

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Philippa J.A. Nicolson, Maria T. Sanchez-Santos, Julie Bruce, Shona Kirtley, Lesley Ward, Esther Williamson, and Sarah E. Lamb

 Widowhood 829 1 ( van den Brink et al., 2004 ) 1 1.7–1.8 Very low  Currently not exercising 1,483 1 ( Ho et al., 1997 ) 1 2.1 Very low  Low amount of exercise per day 1,483 1 ( Ho et al., 1997 ) 1 2.2–3.4 Very low  Other functional difficulties 2,145 1 ( Crimmins & Saito, 1993 ) 1 1.3–1.4 Very low  Low

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difficulties in adaptive locomotion. To date, adaptive locomotion literature has not been synthesized within a framework that may shed light on factors contributing to functional difficulties experienced by individuals with DCD, or strategies to improve their motor function. Using dynamic systems theory as a