About Angelman Syndrome
Angelman syndrome is a hereditary disorder that causes developmental disabilities and neurological problems, such as balancing and walking, and difficulty speaking. Regular smiles and outbursts of laughter are common for people with Angelman syndrome, and many have happy, excitable personalities.
Angelman Syndrome symptoms includes lack of or minimal speech, inability to walk, move or balance well, frequent smiling and laughter, frequent smiling and laughter, and developmental delays, such as lack of crawling or babbling at 9 to 12 months, an...Read More
Medications of this disease depend on the signs and symptoms of the person. Treatments include anti-seizure medication, communication therapy, physical therapy, and behavioral or social therapy.