MOID

(redirected from Moderate Intellectual Disability)
AcronymDefinition
MOIDMinimum Orbital Intersection Distance
MOIDMatch Only Integral Distribution (algorithm)
MOIDModerate Intellectual Disability (impairment)
MOIDMaster of Infinite Disguise (Terrahawks fictional villain)
MOIDMixed Organic Industrial Dust (occupational health)
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Although DS is associated with mental retardation, the vast majority of people with DS have only mild to moderate intellectual disability.
2% of the children within the intellectual norm and that 10% of the children had a borderline intellectual disability, 16% of them had a mild intellectual disability, 17% of them had a moderate intellectual disability, and 30.
Down syndrome is a genetic disorder frequently associated with physical growth delays, characteristic facial features, and mild to moderate intellectual disability.
Down Syndrome, also known as trisomy 21, is a genetic disorder typically associated with physical growth delays, characteristic facial features, and mild to moderate intellectual disability.
Inclusive inquiry science using peer mediated embedded instruction for students with moderate intellectual disability.
Five members of the youngest generation were affected with mild to moderate intellectual disability.
Medical and educational professionals would describe Kevin as a young man with severe cerebral palsy and a severe communication disorder who functions with a moderate intellectual disability.
The man, who suffers from a moderate intellectual disability, was declared an incapacitated person under the Civic Code in 1994 and lost his right to vote after he appointed a lawyer as his guardian to manage his assets.
She was nonverbal and had limitations in her motor skills coupled with a moderate intellectual disability.
All of them had Down syndrome associated with mild to moderate intellectual disability.
The behavioral phenotype includes intellectual abilities ranging from borderline intelligence to moderate intellectual disability, poor communication skills and a high frequency of psychiatric disorders with psychotic and affective symptoms developing in adolescence or early adulthood.
Case 1: This 12-year old boy had a moderate intellectual disability and nocturnal epilepsy, for which he received 1000 mg of Epilum nightly.
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