Intellectual Disability (ID)
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, intellectual disability is a term used when there are limits to a person’s ability to learn at an expected level and function in daily life. Degrees of intellectual disability from one child to another is very different. A person with this issue may exhibit difficulty with learning in school, expressing needs and wants as well as self-care. Teaching skills such as walking, dressing or eating may take a long time; therefore, children with this problem, may need assistance in those areas.