Personal Skills

Taking responsibility for oneself has been identified as a necessary skill for teens to prepare them for their future adult responsibilities. It is important for teenagers to develop personal skills in many areas for success and independence. Personal skills are practiced every day in the home, school and community. For the teen with an Intellectual Disability(ID) this will vary, depending upon the severity of their ID being mild, moderate or severe. The teen with a mild ID will possibly require very little support whereas teens with a moderate and severe ID will require continued adult support. At school the teen…

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