Intellectual disabilities or impairments develop before adulthood and can affect a person’s ability to learn, communicate, retain information and undertake work or leisure activities.

Categories of mild, moderate, severe and profound levels of intellectual impairment are defined on the basis of IQ scores.

A person is classified as having an intellectual disability if their IQ falls below 70.

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