Treatments for Kabuki syndrome in children

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Treatment for Kabuki syndrome depends on the cluster of problems your child has. It can involve medication and/or surgery. The following services can also help:

  • Early intervention: education and support services available to children with developmental delays from birth to school age, and their families
  • Physical and occupational therapy: to strengthen muscles and joints and develop coordination and improve fine motor skills
  • Speech therapy: can help address some of the symptoms of the condition, such as problems with the palate, hearing loss and dental problems
  • Sensory integration therapy: can help children with sensory problems such as texture sensitivies
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