Childhood Disintegrative Disorder

Juliann Newman and Nevaeh Elkhatib

Definition

Childhood Disintegrative Disorder is also known as Heller's syndrome. Childhood Disintegrative Disorder is a rare disease where a child develops normally for the first four months of his/ her life, But then show severe losses of social skills, communication skills, language skills, and bladder control. Childhood Disintegrative Disorder is a type of Autism.
Once a CDD [Childhood Disintegrative Disorder] child
There is no known cause for CDD. There is not yet a cure for CDD either.
1 in 100,000 children worldwide have CDD
The skills a CDD child hasl ost during the deolpmental period, will never be recovered.