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Research suggests that intensive interventions to help infants with Down syndrome develop motor skills are most likely to:

▸ have little impact on motor development.

▸ increase motor ability to levels equivalent to those of typically developing infants.

▸ lead to moderate motor growth, about a 2- or 3-month gain.

▸ lead to significant motor growth, up to a 12-month gain.
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lead to significant motor growth, up to a 12-month gain.
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