A person may need support with cooking, banking, transportation, social situations, health care visits, and jobs. Three of the best-known intellectual or developmental disabilities are Down syndrome, autism, and traumatic brain injury TBI. Many families care for a person who has an intellectual or developmental disability. It could be a child, an adult child who lives at home with his or her parents, or even an adult sibling.
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By Carolyn C. Older adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities can present clinicians with unique challenges related to appropriate assessment and treatment. Providers need to develop the skills and sensitivity necessary to effectively treat these patients. Adults with developmental disabilities are living longer, healthier, more meaningful lives. These strategies include targeted health education programs, appropriate screening, and community health promotion programs.
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What Is a Developmental Disability?
To review the medical, ethical, and legal obligations in caring for adults with developmental disabilities DDs living in the community. The pertinent legislation was reviewed. While the shift from institutional to community care for patients with DDs is widely accepted as being beneficial, providing high-quality community care has proven to be challenging. However, there is little research on how to effectively provide community support to adults with DDs. As primary care providers, family physicians are often the first point of contact for patients, and are responsible for both the coordination and the continuity of care. The legislation for vulnerable persons varies among the provinces. Thus, the obligation to report suspected abuse might depend on whether the vulnerable person is living in a care facility or the community; whether the person with the suspicion is a service provider or health care professional; and whether the specific circumstances fall within the legislative definition of abuse or neglect. For most of the past century, adults with developmental disabilities DDs were cared for in large institutions.
Developmental disabilities are a group of conditions due to an impairment in physical, learning, language, or behavior areas. Children reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, behave, and move for example, crawling and walking. However, the developmental milestones give a general idea of the changes to expect as a child gets older. As a parent, you know your child best. Acting early can make a real difference! At each well-child visit, the doctor looks for developmental delays or problems and talks with the parents about any concerns the parents might have. This is called developmental monitoring. Any problems noticed during developmental monitoring should be followed up with developmental screening. Developmental screening is a short test to tell if a child is learning basic skills when he or she should, or if there are delays.