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How do I manage my sensory-related developmental disability?

If you have a sensory-related developmental disability, you may find that everyday tasks are challenging. One thing you can do to manage is to make sure you follow through with the treatment plan your doctor has recommended.
Joining a support group may also help you develop strategies for daily living you can use at home.

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