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ID: Intellectual Dis

What are 3 classifications used with ID? 1)Substantial limitations in intellectual functioning 2)substantial limitations in adaptive behavior that affects daily living 3)Prior to age 18
Areas affected... 1) conceptual skills (receptive & expressive language) 2)Social Skills (ability to follow rules & interpersonal skills) 3)Practical adaptive (telephone or transportation)
Characterized by... 1) IQ 70-75 or below 2)limitations in 2 or more adaptive skills 3)occurs prior to age 18
Levels of ID (IQ) 50-75-mild 35-49-moderate 34-below- severe/profound (full assistance with self-help skills)
Cause of ID... prenatal trauma; pregnancy infections; trauma at birth; postnatal: illness, toxins, injury; genetic; often unknown
Important Facts: 1)most common developmental disorder; 2) 1-2% children affected globally; Co-occurs with other disorders (i.e. cerebral palsy or ADHD)
Created by: 1194630055