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Objective: The Assistive Technologies in Autism and Intellectual Disability (ASSISTID) COFUND Training & Mobility Programme will provide the EU with highly skilled professionals in assistive technologies and behavioural sciences applied to autism and intellectual disability.
11, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- When many high school students with an intellectual disability graduate, their options are limited to sheltered workshops or staying at home.
While we know intellectual disability can be caused by events such as extreme premature birth, birth injury or brain infections, research has found that minor chromosomal anomalies - known as copy number variations (CNV) - are strongly asso N -ciated with children with an intellectual disability.
Researchers looking for a genetic cause of intellectual disability have discovered that an excess of a protein called HUWE1 may be responsible.
Neither a neurodevelopmental disorder nor an intellectual disability is a terminal disease, and individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders and intellectual disabilities are not terminally ill.
New CNVs were three times more common in people with intellectual disability than in people with asthma.
Intellectual disability is a diagnosis defined by impaired cognitive and adaptive function with an onset of findings before 18 years of age.
Intellectual disability is a broad concept encompassing various intellectual deficits including mental retardation (MR), deficits too mild to properly qualify as MR, various specific conditions such as specific learning disability and problems acquired later on in life through acquired brain injuries.