intellectual disability


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intellectual disability

n.
A disorder with childhood onset that is characterized by limitations in intellectual functions, such as reasoning and learning, and difficulty carrying out the functions of daily life. Also called intellectual development disorder.
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These were called Transition Postsecondary Education Programs for Students with Intellectual Disability (TPSIDs).
Those who personally know someone with an ID are significantly more likely than those who do not know anyone with an ID to feel at least somewhat comfortable employing (84%) or working with someone with an intellectual disability (87%), having their child in the same class as a child with intellectual disabilities (92%) and having their child date (53%) or marry (47%) someone with an intellectual disability.
This project demonstrated how innovative funding could ensure the provision of quality care for clients with an intellectual disability.
Intellectual disability usually appears before adulthood, with children experiencing difficulties in learning to talk, memory and learning social skills.
Five members of the youngest generation were affected with mild to moderate intellectual disability.
Autism and intellectual disability remain a rare outcome of IVF, and whilst some of the risk is associated with the risk of multiple births, the study provides important evidence for parents and clinicians on the relative risks of modern IVF treatments.
Parents who have a high school aged child with an intellectual disability should begin researching colleges that have a federally approved Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP).
The Saudi team with intellectual Disability ended its third training session yesterday in preparation for the first match with France on Wednesday, the Second Match will be played on Saturday against Japan.
Keywords: aggression, intellectual disability, major depression, mental retardation, mood disorder, SIB, seasonal affective disorder, suicide
Over a third (38 percent) of the children was labelled by their physician as having intellectual disability as a result of their primary condition.
Namibia will be represented by Elvira Goagoses-an athelete with intellectual disability and Josephine Amutenya--a partner without intellectual disabilities.