Individuals with Kabuki Syndrome will usually exhibit delays in multiple areas of development. Early intervention is key as research has shown that learning and development is most rapid during the early childhood years.

Hints for Parents

Battery-operated Toothbrushes

Many parents find their children are more likely to allow brushing of their teeth with battery-operated toothbrushes. They have the added benefit of providing oral sensory input.


The CAPD Model and Kabuki Syndrome

Hearing is not simply the process of the ear 'hearing' sounds, but also includes the ability to process that auditory information.  This has implications for speech therapy.

Last updated: Friday, April 11, 2014 - 15:51

Some Physical Therapy Perspectives on ‘Low Tone’and Kabuki Syndrome

Low tone, lax ligaments, sensory do they affect the gross motor development of the child with Kabuki Syndrome?

Last updated: Friday, September 5, 2014 - 18:11