Occupational Therapy

Summary

All individuals with Kabuki syndrome have difficulty with fine motor activities. In addition to gross motor functioning, hyptonia also affects the smaller muscles of the body which are required for printing, doing up buttons, feeding and a multitude of other activities required for daily living.

Hints for Parents

Button Independence

Many children with Kabuki have difficulty doing up buttons. There are handy gadgets available that could assist your child to become an independent buttoner.