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2009-05-26
Name: editor Have you seen any child in a habit of doing repeated hand movement constantly? Have you ever heard about other types of autism spectrum disorder? What treatments are available for rett syndrome?
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2009-05-27
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Name: Mazar
Subject:  immediate action is necessary
Immediate action is necessary after observing the symptoms of rett syndrome in child. Immediate treatment of rett syndrome can help to avoid the further symptoms of rett syndrome. Though it is a kind of autism, I think that rett syndrome is more sever than the basic type. So continuous monitoring is required to be done through an expert for improvements in child. It is necessary to take all the steps suggested by the expert to cope with rett syndrome. However improvement is guaranteed if constant efforts are taken to help the child affected by rett syndrome.

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2009-05-27
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Name: Linda
Subject:  children need extra care
Children suffering form rett syndrome need extra care. The child needs to be given additional training like speech therapy and other vocational training. It is very necessary to give the treatment at an earliest after observing the symptoms of rett syndrome. Though there is no perfect cure for rett syndrome, person can live a better life after suitable treatments. However continuous effort is necessary from the side of parents. Taking and experts or counselors help is equally important to deal with rett syndrome. it is necessary to be alert and avoid waiting so that is does not get worse.
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2009-05-27
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Name: Anurag
Subject:  awareness about rett syndrome
I did not know about rett syndrome and not even autism spectrum disorder. After reading this article I got lot of awareness about rett syndrome. It is very difficult for parents to deal with child suffering from rett syndrome. However hope and patience makes every thing easy. Beyond this parents should have faith in God. The love and care which the parents give to children will surely bring about improvement in the child and make him live a better life. However this article is good for spreading awareness about rett syndrome to the people like me who do not know anything about such disorders.

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