Posted: October 16th, 2022
Research has estimated that the risk of emotional and behavioral disturbances among children with intellectual disabilities is approximately three to five times greater than among typically developing children (Enfold, Ellis, & Emerson, 2011). How might intellectual disabilities affect a child’s sense of self-worth and perception of competency as they enter adolescence and young adulthood? What effects might this have on functioning in school, relationships, work, and family?
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