By Johnny L. Matson, Michael L. Matson
This complete edited quantity synthesizes the present country of analysis and perform in mental, clinical, and motor issues as they impact people with highbrow disabilities (ID). It examines how those problems exist throughout this inhabitants, occasionally confound analysis, and infrequently impact contributors’ caliber of lifestyles. additionally, this publication explores which remedies are powerful for sufferers and issues to destiny challenges.
Comorbid stipulations featured include:
- Challenging behaviors.
- ADHD, autism, and different stipulations current in the course of early childhood.
- Anxiety, melancholy, and schizophrenia.
- Balance and gait problems.
- Cerebral palsy.
- Medical stipulations universal to people with identity, akin to epilepsy, weight problems, and protracted pain.
Comorbid stipulations in people with highbrow Disabilities is a vital source for researchers, clinicians/professionals, and graduate scholars in medical baby, college, and developmental psychology, baby and adolescent psychiatry, and social paintings in addition to rehabilitation medicine/therapy, behavioral treatment, pediatrics, and academic psychology.
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