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|Other Titles:||The Impact and Intervention Strategies of Medical Health Care, Motor Development and Social Communication in People with Rett Syndrome|
Cheng-Chen Pan, Hui-Ting Wang
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
In Taiwan, studies of Rett Syndrome are still scant and under-researched. This rare Syndrome of genetic mutation results in its special four developmental stages: early onset, rapid destructive stage, pseudo-stationary, and late motor deterioration. What is unusual about this condition is its tendency toward improvement in its early stages, but rapid regression afterward. The unique representation of symptoms makes caregivers bewildered as to how to meet patients’ needs for medical health care, motor development and social communication. The present study was designed to address the impact of the above three perspectives and intervention strategies in people with Rett Syndrome. Future challenges and recommendations are included as well.
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