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A 9yrs old child has fragile X syndrome is hesitant to interact with peers, has mild gross and fine motor delays, and has moderate sensory modulation deficits. The child has been participating in an outpatient program to develop social skills, One of the longterm goals is for the child to routinely participating in an outpatient program which option would be most beneficial for supporting this goal?
A) Involvement in a community-base program with adapted recreational opportunities
B) Referral to a recreation therapist for ongoing intervention with peer groups.
C) Registration for a team sport that matches the child current developmental age

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Asked on April 5, 2017 10:27 am
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B..
It cannot be C since he has Fragile X syndrome and these children will have poor coordination and flaccid muscle.

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C

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b

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C

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