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 Is the correct term for mentally challenged retarded?

Answer In the u.k the word "retarded" would be seen as quite offensive. We use terms such as "mental impairment/having a learning difficulty/cognitive disability". However, through different research, in ... Read More »
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Could a full-term but mentally challenged baby be born to a woman who got chicken pox at six months pregnant?

Answer Hello, Yes it is possible as there is cases of pregnant women who contract chicken pox during pregnancy, who have a child with learning difficulties, Autisum, etc. But not all pr... Read More »
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How do you look upon the mentally challenged?

This is a great question that I don't have the answers to, but my mother in law probably does as she raised a child with special needs. Here is her blog... http://askcatheryn.blogspot.com/ If you ... Read More »
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What is the meaning of 'mentally challenged'?

"Mentally challenged" is a euphemism for mentally retarded, or having a low IQ or mental disabilities this means that someone who would be mentally challenged wouldn't do as well as their classmates.
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Schools for the Mentally Challenged?

Parents trying to give their mentally challenged children a good education can easily find themselves overwhelmed with the complexities of the choices involved. Although mainstreaming is an option ... Read More »
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