Case study of a student with intellectual disability
The case study is of a young man with a mitochondrial disorder, secondary sensory impairments, mild intellectual disability, epilepsy and autism spectrum disorder who developed a psychotic illness. The report focuses on the use of psychotropic medication in this man and discusses the issues regarding psychotropic medication that need to be considered with service users and their carers. Bonell, S. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Report bugs here.
Intellectual Disability: Causes and Characteristics
Treatment of a Student with Intellectual Disability - Home and School Case Study
Case Study: Accommodating Students with Intellectual Disabilities
David is a 14 year old boy with severe and multiple disabilities. David has cerebral palsy and is able to walk but struggles with fine motor skills and speaking. He is educated in an inclusive classroom but receives occupational and physical therapy and is often pulled from the general classroom. David is a very pleasant child who gets along well with the other students in the class.