CAMS UA 101- Intellectual Disability Notes
CAMS UA 101- Intellectual Disability Notes

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School
New York University
Department
Child/Adoles Mental Hlth Stds
Course
CAMS-UA 101
Professor
Jess Shatkin
Semester
Spring

Description
diagnostic criteria need both IQ and adaptive functioningIQ could predict problems with adaptive functioningbefore mental retardation now intellectual disabilityintellectual disability deficits in IQ and adaptive funtioningIQ 70 or below measured by standard scalesimpairments in adaptive functioning coping with common demands independence5070 mildpreviously referred to as educablelargest segment of those with ID 85typically develop socialcommunication skills during preschool yearsminimal impairment in sensorimotor areasoften indistinguishable until later years6th grade level3555 moderatepreviously referred to as trainable10acquire communication skills during early childhood yearsbenefit from socialvocational training with moderate supervisioncan perform unskilled or semiskilled workdifficulties with social conventions2nd grade level2040 severe34little to no communicative speechcan master
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