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What Is The Best Treatment For Low I Q
Have it evaluated: The iq is determined using standardized tests. Educational psychologists or their staff, administers an individualized, timed test with many sub tests. Results are interpreted using age equivalent norms. If this is something you want to know, you can pay to have it tested. ...Read more
Many people with: Mild Intellectual Disability, an IQ of 50-69, function well, especially if their IQ is close to 70. Much depends on developing daily living skills & being integrated into one's community. Utilize all available funding & services, like counselors, SSI, Medicaid & "Vocational Rehab" to have a job & a social life & be protected from those who may try to take advantage of a person's disability. ...Read more
Not too bad: Iq 80 is within borderline intellectual functioning. The person should have basic self care, reading, and writing skills. However, he/she may have trouble with complex math problems or abstract reasoning. He/she usually has safety awareness, but still need reminders to ensure safety and well-beings (eg. Turn off stove, take medication, go to doctor's appointment). ...Read more
Cognitive delay:: Problems with tasks that require thinking and learning. The only real remedy is education and training tailored to bring out the abilities that exist, and finding an environment in which the person with cognitive disability can function best. ...Read more
Autism vs low IQ: Most kids with autism are smart, which is obvious in the right context; they just don't tune into the world. Kids with low IQ have trouble learning; they are very tuned into the world, but have trouble understanding it. Both may engage in self-stimulating behaviors. Best assessment is by skilled interviewing and observation by pediatric pscyhiatrist. ...Read more
Correlations with IQ: If you look hard enough, you can probably find a study that will show a correlation between anything. That proves nothing. The normal range of t in men is approx 300-1000 (depending on the assay). Among normal men (i.e. No extra chromosomes, not autistic, etc), there is no relationship between t and iq. ...Read more
Taking care of her: In general there are only 2 things any parents can do: 1) help the child become better at taking care of themselves, and 2) find someone else to help. Everyone has strengths and weaknesses, and no one can live very well without friends, family, and others in the community. See if you can help her make and improve social connections. Continue to teach and improve her living skills. ...Read more
Yes: Many homes exist for people with limited intelligence. Social services in your community can out you in touch with local resources. ...Read more
People with mild: Intellectual Disability have IQ's of 50-70 & can learn to read at a 3rd grade-6th grade level. People with Moderate Intellectual Disability have IQ's of 35-49. Those at the upper end of this range can learn pre-reading & "primer" skills. People with severe or profound intellectual disability do not learn to read. ...Read more
No: In short, no there is no way to change this. ...Read more
What are the ways to cope with low IQ especially if you hear humiliating comments as well, is this something that can be fixed somehow?
See your doctor: Your doctor will be able to lead you in the right direction to meet your health and cognitive goals. ...Read more
Current studies: Show 40-68% of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder also have Intellectual Dusability, IQ <70. 25% have epilepsy, more inkids with ASD & ID. ADHD in 40-70% (of all).Learning disabilities & executive function deficits (taking in, organizing, processing & acting on information) are common in those with avg.-above avg. IQ 90 or >. Lack of theory of mind in all. Tics, 9%. Sleep problems, 50-70%. ...Read more
Please tell me what causes low IQ if it's not genetic? What is the most significant factor in your iq?
Part Genetics: One's iq is impacted by genetics as well as the environment (both in utero as well as external environment) and one's health history (for example, if one has trauma to the head, it could impact iq). In addition, diet can impact iq, as there as certain foods that support brain health. In addition, substance abuse can negatively impact iq. ...Read more
Is this true that people with low IQ need to have specialised way of learning and understanding? If, so can u send a weblink that can help give source
Maybe: Some people learn better when presented with visual information, some with auditory, and some by doing regardless of iq. Some psychologist propose up to seven different types of intelligence. Some can write very well, some can compose music, some can dance, some can draw, some can relate to others, etc. Build ing on an individual's strengths is the besy way to go. ...Read more
How can I stay in my home? I must see both a psychiatrist and a social worker and work with them if I want to stay in the house I've been labled paranoid schizophrenic I also have a low I q. That my brother doesn't even know my home is paid off free and
I: I think I may have responded to a previous question about this, if so I won't repeat that information. I recommend that you prepare yourself before you go in for your court directed mental health assessment. Ensure that you know the names of your medications and your doses. You might want to make a list for yourself of the things that you do independently to take care of yourself. For instance, do you take a bath or shower most days? Do you change the clothes you wear regularly? Do you brush your teeth at least daily? How many meals do you eat a day and who makes them? Are you able to self administer your medications? Can you handle your money? The evaluator may want to know if you have been having problems with violence or with the police. The evaluator usually needs to assess things like if you are a possible danger to yourself or anyone else or if you are able to take proper care of yourself. I also suggest that you discuss your concerns with your legal counsel. ...Read more
How dangerous is a 9 level tsh during pregnancy for brain development? I heard it causes low iq but hasn't been proven?
High TSH during preg: F 24 asks: How dangerous is a 9 level tsh during pregnancy for brain development? I heard it causes low iq but hasn't been proven? ANS: you need too find out why your TSH is high during pregnancy. It is dangerous for both you and your fetus. You do not what to prove this with your baby or your body. Call team now!!!! ...Read more
Psychotherapy can certainly help with some of these issues and perhaps some of them are related to faulty teaching styles along the way they can be remediated with a teaching specialist as well. Neurofeedback can also be helpful. See the article below. Brainwavedoctor. Com/neuro. Html
what is neurofeedback? . .. Another study showed that neurofeedback produced an average increase of 10 iq test. ...Read more
I was given a crushingly low IQ score of 92 as a child. I have always wanted to become a pharmacist. I got an act score of 25. Is it possible to do?
Hard to say: The IQ test was originally developed as a rough predictor of success in academic settings. That single average number on your test does not determine how well you will do with the curriculum of college or pharmacy school. If you have the study habits and memory skills to master the course content, you can do better than some with higher scores that do not. Don't give up based on one test. ...Read more
Weird question. But medically relevant. Can fairly low IQ people have normal intelligence children? Not autistic/downs just lower IQ. Regularsmartkids?
Varies with cause: In some cases reduced mental function is caused by brain injury before or after pregnancy, alcohol exposure during brain development and or other issues which are not inherited. Some with low IQ's have genetic conditions that can be inherited. Down syndrome girls are fertile, and could have a normal infant (but also could produce one with Down syndrome with their expected limitations). ...Read more
Absolutely not: Iq has little, if anything, to do with adhd. If you are distracted or inattentive you may "look" like your IQ is "lower." but, this is only an illusion. The distraction of adhd causes you to perform poorly on common indicators of intelligence. "perform" is key. Your actual intelligence is not changed. ...Read more
Sure!: Look at any high school football team! ;-) ...Read more
The opposite is true: Ld typically is an issue among those with normal or superior iq. The definition of an LD is an area of function such as reading or math that is much lower than expected, given one's overall iq. If IQ is low, then all areas of function are going to be affected, so LD is less likely. Someone with an IQ of 140 who can't read or do simple math has an specific learning problem--that's ld. ...Read more
Adhd, anxiety disorder and mood imbalance. My psychiatrist said I was gifted although I have a relatively low IQ on test. Can you make sense of this?
Maybe: Although obviously figuring out a person based on a short question is not possible. But there is no reason that all of this could not be true of you. Iq tests measure only a few forms of intelligence, so it is quite possible to be gifted and have a relatively low iq. And adhd, anxiety and mood imbalance are pretty commonly overlapping disorders. ...Read more
Get an advocate: There are many agencies (Social Services) that can help you get job training and introduce you to the workforce. The goal for you is to have a meaningful job, meaningful pay, and have some pride in yourself and your accomplishments at your job. Show this answer to someone in your area that can advocate for you to find a job! Good Luck and have a long and healthy happy life. ...Read more