IndexNote: page numbers followed by t and f indicate tables and figures.
|AAMR (American Association on Mental
Retardation), 5, 349 AAMR Adaptive/Support Scales|
|AAMR Adaptive Behavior Scales, 45,
|AAMR Supplemental Protection and
Advocacy Scale, 74|
|AAMR Supports Intensity Scale, 74|
|AAMR Supports Intensity Scoring
Form and Profile, 74|
|Support scales for exceptional medical
supports needs, 74|
|AAMR Multidimensional Approach, 58–
62, 66–69, 66f, 68t, 74|
|assumptions and key elements of, 58–
|context and behavioral phenotype of,
|framework for assessment in, 67–69,
|diagnosis, 67, 68t|
|classification, 66f, 67, 68t|
|planning of supports, 67, 68t, 69–
|implications of 2002 AAMR system,
|issues in application of, 72–74|
|issues regarding levels of intellectual
disability in, 59–62|
|AAMR elimination of levels of
|AAMR emphasis on adaptive skills
and supports, 59–61|
|intellectual disability vs. learning
|use of etiology and levels of
intellectual disability for
|use of [mild cognitive disability,] 62|
|use of [mild mental retardation,] 61|
|support rating systems, 73–74|
|Aging and intellectual disability, 276–82,
372. See also National Goals
|ongoing health assessment, 278–9|
|consent to treatment, 279, 372|
|physical health concerns, 277|
|clinical dementia, 279–81|
|dementia in Down syndrome, 281–2|
|specific health risks, 277–8|
|in Down syndrome, 278|
|in fragile X syndrome, 277–8|
|in Prader-Willi syndrome, 278|
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Book title: Intellectual Disability: Understanding Its Development, Causes, Classification, Evaluation, and Treatment.
Contributors: James C. Harris - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2006.
Page number: 417.
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