GM2 activator deficiency is a genetic disorder and currently there is no cure or treatment available. Hence, a multi-disciplinary team is recommended to address the symptoms.

This involves supportive care from a team of experienced specialists that periodically assess the existing disease manifestations and identify any new complications like obstruction of the airway, development of infectious diseases etc.

Seizures are seen in most of the patients with GM2 activator deficiency. In such instances, anti-epileptic drugs can be prescribed. However, it is important to monitor the seizure medication dosages depending on the frequency and extent of seizures in the patient.