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  1. Arti says:

    Many children who receive treatment for reactive attachment disorder form stable, healthy bonds with primary caretakers and others, providing models for later important relationships. Reactive attachment disorder is most common among children between 9 months and 5 years who have experienced physical or emotional neglect or abuse. Physical, emotional, and social neglect and abuse put children with RAD at higher risk for complications in later childhood and adolescence. Symptoms of reactive attachment disorder vary from child to child. Your child’s personal history, including any history of neglect or abuse, is important for making an accurate diagnosis. Your child’s personal history, including any history of neglect

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