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6/18/11 Types of Processing Disabilities Mental Retardation Learning Disabilities
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6/18/11 Mental retardation is not something you have , like blue eyes or heart defect. Nor is it something that you are , like short or thin. It is neither a medical disorder or a mental disorder. Mental retardation is a particular state of functioning that begins in child- hood and is characterized by limitation in both intelligence and adaptive skills. Mental retardation reflects the “fit” between the capabilities of individuals and the structure and expectations of their environment (Kirk, Gallagher, Anastasiow, & Coleman, 2006). What Mental Retardation is NOT
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6/18/11 Impacting the Field Itard/Seguin Kennedy (President’s Committee on Mental Retardation) American Association on Mental Retardation (AAMR)
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6/18/11 Historical Terms v Idiot, Imbecile, Moron v Educable, Trainable, Dependent v Mild, Moderate, Severe, Profound v IDEA…
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6/18/11 What is Mental Retardation? (American Association on Mental Retardation, 2002) intellectual functioning in adaptive behavior
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6/18/11 The Normal Curve & Sub- Average IQ
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