There is no single, standard treatment for Down syndrome.
Occupational therapy helps find ways to adjust everyday tasks and conditions to match a person's needs and abilities. This type of therapy teaches self-care skills such as eating, getting dressed, writing, and using a computer. An occupational therapist might offer special tools that can help improve everyday functioning, such as a pencil that is easier to grip. At the high school level, an occupational therapist could help teenagers identify jobs, careers, or skills that match their interests and strengths.
Treatment Strategy and Modalities
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