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Can people grow out of sensory-related developmental disorders?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

Sensory-related developmental disabilities of vision, hearing, or other senses are birth defects. Birth defects are problems that are already part of a person's body at birth. They do not go away as a person gets older. In fact, as the person ages the defects may become more apparent.

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