Individuals with Kabuki syndrome typically exhibit low tone, also known as hypotonia. A physiotherapist is able to evaluate and develop a long-term plan to aid in strengthening the muscles.
For some children, swallowing pills is a difficult task. This handy straw with a med shelf may be the solution you need.
Low tone, lax ligaments, sensory defensiveness....how do they affect the gross motor development of the child with Kabuki Syndrome?
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