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State the approximate proportion of individuals with a learning disability for whom the cause is not known
Weegy: When I think of the people I knw with a learning difficulty, the large majority were just unlucky. perhaps 90%. the remaining 10% are mainly genetic reasons, like Down's syndrome, but there are some others too e.g. accidents at birth. [ Some people have tried to find reasons, like links to vaccinations, but nothing ever seems to add up, it's nearly all just luck. Of course intelligent parents are more likely to have intelligent children and vice versa. ] User: describe how past waysoff working may affect presnt services Weegy: This is about how people with learning disabilities used to be cared for ie in institutions, hidden away, not as individuals and with little input for their needs. This is now recognised as being totally inadequate and wrong. [ [ Services had to change and they are now guided by legislation, regulations and codes of practice that provide equality and individualised, person centred care. However, there may be some workers who still do not understand learning disability and may have outdated ideas. Hope that helps. ] (More)
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Identify some of the key changes in the following areas of the lives of individuals who have learning disabilities: ? where people live ? daytime activities ? employment ? sexual relationships and parenthood ? the provision of healthcare
Weegy: The right of people with learning disabilities to use community and hospital health services, and the central role of GPs in providing for their healthcare, are rarely in dispute2. [ Certainly the GP is the health professional most frequently contacted by them and their carers5. Most consultations take place in the surgery6, and GP opinion is divided on whether people with learning disabilities require more home visits than does the general population7. Consultation rates are lower than those of the general population4, though higher rates of consultation with s have been reported. ] (More)
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