Learning and Intellectual

Learning and Intellectual

Learning and Intellectual

Learning and intellectual disabilities are chronic conditions that can impact a person’s ability to learn or develop, but have distinct differences. Intellectual disabilities usually pertain to conditions that cause someone to experience developmental delays, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, cerebral palsy, or down syndrome. Learning disabilities can impact a person’s ability to learn basic skills like reading or math, or higher-level skills like organization or time planning. A person can have one without the other or a combination of both. Unsure of the difference between the two, or just want to learn more? Check out these resources. 

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