Children and adults with developmental disabilities must cope with lives characterized by limited personal freedom. Adults often are asked to accept living situations that few of us would find very satisfying:
The pressures of these requirements may be compounded by internal deficits in communication, impulse control, and executive functioning.
Reviewed and revised May 2004 by Steven C. Schachter, MD, epilepsy.com Editorial Board.
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