Interacting with Others

Depending upon your child’s level of Intellectual Disability(ID) there may or may not be difficulties in their ability to interact with others. Many children with ID may have associated learning disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD) that can also impede their ability to interact with others. Many children with a severe ID may also have a physical disability and be wheelchair bound which may or may not impede their ability to interact with others. Many children with ID are very social and like to interact with others but may lack the understanding of how to do this…

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