Social Family Activities Engage Rett Patients More Than Daily Routines

Social Family Activities Engage Rett Patients More Than Daily Routines

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Social Family Activities Engage Rett Patients More Than Daily Routines

Girls and young women with Rett syndrome have a high level of both participation and engagement in social and restful family activities — but are not engaged in morning and evening daily routines — a study finds. While participation in such daily routines was high, as would be expected, the level of engagement in these activities was found to be “moderate to low,” according to the researchers. These findings suggest that having Rett patients use…

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