Depending upon the severity of the symptoms, children may require chest physiotherapy and treatment for respiratory complications. To ensure adequate nutrition and caloric intake, some infants may require special accommodations for diet and feeding. Seizures may be managed with standard anticonvulsant medications. Children should be monitored for evidence of glaucoma in the first few months of life, and later for evidence of scoliosis, diabetes, and underactive thyroid. The prognosis depends upon the severity of symptoms.
This answer is based on source information from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.