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What are some treatments for sensory-related developmental disabilities?

Treatment options for sensory-related developmental disabilities depend on a specific child's symptoms and difficulties. A combination of speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy are often used, especially when the disorder includes symptoms other than sensory difficulties. In some cases, medications may be used in combination with other therapies to treat some symptoms of these disorders.

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