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What are the symptoms of sensory-related developmental disabilities?

Symptoms of sensory-related developmental disabilities include hearing loss, sensitivity to noises, and vision problems. For example, people who have Fragile X syndrome may be oversensitive to noise. People who have Williams syndrome, another sensory-related developmental disability, encounter difficulty judging the distance between objects.

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