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Understanding Intellectual Disability and Health | Intellectual Disability and Health - An understanding of the nature of intellectual disability is essential for health care professionals, who are required to support equal access to their services for all disabled people.

  • http://www.intellectualdisability.info/diagnosis Diagnosis | Intellectual Disability and Health - The aim of this section is to describe prenatal screening procedures and tests designed to assess the functioning of children and adults. It covers not just the technical aspects of these procedures, but the impact which the process of testing per se has on parents and on individuals who are themselves thought to have intellectual and other disabilities.
  • http://www.intellectualdisability.info/family Family | Intellectual Disability and Health - Most people with intellectual disabilities live at home with their families. Valuing parents' views and their knowledge of their children is crucial to the effective provision of health care. A number of articles are being prepared for this section. Please let us know if there are new topics that you would like us to include.
  • http://www.intellectualdisability.info/life-stages Life stages | Intellectual Disability and Health - Life stages create changing demands and roles over time. The developmental transitions and related service responses, from infancy to childhood to adolescence, adulthood, middle age and old age are associated with personal and family adaptations, shifting responsibilities and challenges.
  • http://www.intellectualdisability.info/physical-health Physical health | Intellectual Disability and Health - This section contains articles about various physical conditions and illnesses, and their implications for people with intellectual disabilities.
  • http://www.intellectualdisability.info/mental-health Mental health | Intellectual Disability and Health - This section contains a range of articles on different aspects of the mental health of people with intellectual disabilities.
  • http://www.intellectualdisability.info/how-to-guides How to | Intellectual Disability and Health - This section provides practical advice about relevant clinical skills. Most advice is written, but pictures also feature, including some from the Books Beyond Words series.

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  • Nana R - no change seen

    I have been using this product for a few weeks now and have not seen any real change. I think just doing the abd workout would get the same results.

  • Nooorm - Callaway Org14 cart bag

    Really enjoying this bag. Most of my golfing is done riding and this bag is perfect for that. Easy to load and unload from the trunk of my TL due to the rubberized handle. The bag is large, but feels light even fully loaded. The pouches are arranged so that all are easily accessible when loaded on the cart. I love the individual divider for each club (there are actually 15, which is odd). I have slightly oversized (medium) grips and have no problem getting my clubs into and out of the dividers.

  • Bela - The TimeWise Day was very liquid as someone mixed it ...

    The TimeWise Day was very liquid as someone mixed it with water. The one I bought directly from Mary Kay was thicker.

  • J. Reynolds - Nope nope nope.

    Loaded this thing up with razors and proceeded to cut myself severely trying to use it. I was bleeding so badly from places on my back that I couldn't reach that it was comical. Wife's going to kill me when she sees her towels. Just a ridiculous product. Stay away.

  • Phxgirl - Great product!

    I admit, I was a skeptic but this product truly works -as it says it does. I used the product on outside patio furniture that was badly oxidized. The result? Like new appearance. I wanted to wait until summer (in Phoenix) to post my review to see how long the results lasted and am pleasantly surprised.