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Childhood Disintegrative Disorder Suggestions

(Also Known As: Heller’s Syndrome Suggestions, Disintegrative Psychosis Suggestions, Autism Suggestions, Mental Retardation Suggestions, Aspergers Suggestions)

(Reviewed by: Paul Peterson, Licensed Therapist)

Suggestions for Childhood Disintegrative Disorder

Although, childhood disintegrative disorder is a rare disease, parents or loved ones with a child with CDD should acquire information about the disorder to get better understanding of what CDD really is and its treatment options. Learn information through some websites or ask your pediatrician or mental health specialist to give you knowledge on how to support and take care of your child.

The role of your doctors and therapist will direct you to make better decisions in relation to your child’s care. With these professionals and specialists, they can advice you of the latest medications and therapies that you can give to your child for his or her development.

And most importantly, for parents, members of the family and caregivers, it’s essential that you do not disregard your health and must take care of yourself, as taking care of a child with childhood disintegrative disorder is a stressful one which affects different aspects in your life, especially marriage and family matters. Being stressed will reflect on how you take care of the child, so you must take some time to participate in some activities or hobbies that you like. Exercise regularly, eat healthy foods, and don’t forget to spend some time for your self to relax.

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Related Conditions

Asperger's Syndrome – autism, impaired social interaction, restricted behavior, atypical use of language, clumsiness
Autism – impaired social interaction and communication, delayed brain development, repetitive behaviors, restricted interests
Rett's Disorder – absence of verbal skills, cognitive impairment, delayed motor skills