PDD is a pervasive development disorder that comprises of many illnesses, which eventually delays your growth skills. It happens in children and symptoms here include delayed growth, trouble in grasping various motor skills, autism's, Asperger's syndrome, disintegrative disorders and other similar issues arise.
HOW IS PDD DIAGNOSED?
A pediatrician would identify these symptoms and conduct complete blood tests with behavioural assessments, scans and other related tests to.
HOW IS PDD TREATED?
Usually the treatment involves minimal uses of medicines except to treat a few serious symptoms. Such patients are given specialised behavioural therapy followed with training to help cope with these issues. Initial training and modification can help them to catch up in later life.
DID YOU KNOW?
Early intervention including appropriate and specialized educational programs and support services plays a critical role in improving the outcome of individuals with PDD. PDD is not fatal and does not affect normal life expectancy.