Be aware that beyond a mere issue of stature, SD are motor disabilities.
Once a child is diagnosed with a skeletal dysplasia, he will face a series of needs not only in terms of health but in all aspects of life. In adulthood, it is normal to need help with household tasks.
Mobility problems (moving objects or moving around) affect 67.2% of people
Problems related to domestic life affect 55.3% of people
Personal care and hygiene tasks are challenging for 48.4% of people
In most EU countries, SD entitles to ask for social benefits in order to reduce the limitations and live independently and on an equal footing with the rest of the population.