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Poor co-ordination

Partial loss of the ability to co-ordinate and perform skilled, purposeful movements and gestures with normal accuracy.

Is there an underlying cause?

  1. Muscle Weakness
  2. Visual Deficit/hearing problems
  3. Dizziness with position change
  4. Gait deficit
  5. Impaired Balance
  6. Medication side effects
  7. Foot problems
  8. Sleep disturbance
  9. Environment
  10. Physical/mental Health problems
  11. Degenerative Diseases
  12. Substance abuse

Would a referral to Physiotherapy be helpful?

There are Physiotherapists specialising in Learning Disabilities. Referrals can go through your local Learning Disability team via SCI Gateway.   

Use Gateway, and use GGC Learning Disability Team on drop down list, then choose appropriate team.

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Last Updated: 23 July 2015