Adults with mild intellectual disability (ID) experience stressful social interactions and often utilize maladaptive coping strategies to manage these interactions.
Adults with intellectual disabilities need thoughtful, well-coordinated primary care from family physicians. However, evidence-based screening recommendations.
In a population study of adults with an intellectual disability, Beange et al (1995) found that dental disease was the most frequent health problem, occurring in.
Sally-Ann Cooper (UK). There are several types of classifications and assessments that may be useful when working with people with intellectual disabilities.
Healthy Ageing - Adults with Intellectual Disabilities. Physical Health Issues. Authors. Heleen Evenhuis. C. Michael Henderson. Helen Beange. Nicholas Lennox.