Kabuki syndrome is a rare genetic disorder with a range of characteristics, including intellectual disability, distinctive facial features and skeletal abnormalities.
The most common characteristics include:
- distinctive set of facial features, including widely spaced eyes, low-set or prominent ears, exaggerated eyebrow arch, flattened nose tip and a very high palate or cleft palate
- short stature
- skeletal abnormalities, such as scoliosis, short fingers or lax joints
- intellectual disability, ranging from mild to severe
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Bridge Learning specialised early intervention programmes to intervene in Kabuki Syndrome: