Remote Play Program May Improve Cognition, Behavior in PWS Children

Remote Play Program May Improve Cognition, Behavior in PWS Children

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Remote Play Program May Improve Cognition, Behavior in PWS Children

A remote play-based intervention program improved pretend play skills, cognition, and behavior in children with Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS), a small study shows. The preliminary findings support the validation of this remote approach in larger studies of a patient population with a high unmet need for effective behavioral interventions, researchers said. The study, “Show me what happens next: Preliminary efficacy of a remote play-based intervention for children with Prader-Willi syndrome,” was published in the journal Research in Developmental…

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