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Overcoming Hypotonia in Down Syndrome

There are numerous factors that causes gross motor delay in Down Syndrome. Hypotonia and ligamentous laxity due to the abnormal collagen content causes movement to be effortful, resulting in delay in achievement of a motor skill. Attached is the power point presentation done for Down Syndrome Association Singapore to empower parents on what can be done and treatments available to help these children to maximise their gross motor potential.


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