1. Genetic counseling: Genetic counseling can help families understand the diagnosis and the potential implications for the individual and family.
2. Medical management: Depending on the individual’s symptoms, medical management may include medications, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and/or other therapies.
3. Surgery: Surgery may be recommended to correct any physical abnormalities.
4. Special education: Special education services may be recommended to help the individual reach their full potential.
5. Supportive care: Supportive care may include psychological counseling, social services, and other resources to help the individual and family cope with the diagnosis.