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What are sensory-related developmental disabilities?

Sensory-related developmental disabilities are a type of developmental disorder - a birth defect that interferes with the proper function of a part of a body's ability to sense the world around it. Children with a sensory-related disability have problems using and processing sensory information like sights, smells, sounds, taste, and touch. Sensory-related disabilities, such as visual and hearing problems, are often associated with other developmental disabilities.

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Will supplements help with sensory-related developmental disabilities?
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Vitamins and supplements have not been proven to help treat sensory-related developmental disabiliti...
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Do sensory-related developmental disabilities run in families?
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Some sensory-related developmental disabilities may run in families. Since some of these conditions ...
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What increases the risk of sensory-related developmental disabilities?
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Sensory-related developmental disabilities are birth defects. Some of the issues are genetic, and ...
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Is there a cure for sensory-related developmental disabilities?
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Sensory-related developmental disabilities are caused by a variety of causes, including genetic dise...
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