2 edition of Obligation of the State to educate mentally deficient persons found in the catalog.
Obligation of the State to educate mentally deficient persons
Arkansas. General Assembly. Legislative Council.
|Statement||from Research Department, Arkansas Legislative Council.|
|Series||Informational memo ;, no. 162|
|Contributions||Arkansas. Legislative Council. Committee on Education.|
|LC Classifications||KFA3620 .L4 no. 162, KFA3995.9.H3 .L4 no. 162|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||74622779|
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In , the Court held, in Atkins's case, that it was a violation of the Eighth Amendment to execute persons suffering from mental retardation - as defined by each state's law. Most states have adopted laws that mirror the DS M criteria: To suffer from mental retardation, a person must have an IQ below 70 and evidence of maladaptive. Members, book buyers, and prospects are professionals who plan and deliver supports to persons with developmental disabilities. They are administrators, supervisors, school and university faculty, medical personnel, social workers, researchers, psychologists, and many other disability-related professions.
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CURRAN* A great amount of attention has been given in our courts and legal literature to the criminal responsibility of persons suffering from mental disease. There has been very little examination of the tort responsibility of such persons. Books. The AAIDD publishes essential books and tools for professionals and others in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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In Kentucky, the first state school for the deaf was established inand soon after, other state schools were established for the deaf and blind. was opposed to mentally retarded persons becoming parents.” (Edgerton,p.1) “The days of confinement in state schools and forced sterilization ended long ago for people with mental retardation For a growing number that means marrying and.
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Deinstitutionalization is “the policy of moving severely mentally ill people out of large state institutions and then closing part or all of those institutions Inthere wereseverely mentally ill patients in the nation’s public psychiatric hospitals.
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A person who has legal _____ to contract is one who has the mental ability to understand his or her rights and obligations under a contract and, therefore, will presumably be able to understand how to comply with the terms of the agreement.
In it was estimated that among the million people in the world exposed to iodine deficiency ( % of the world population), million were affected by overt cretinism, the most extreme form of mental impairment due to the deficiency and that another 43 million people were affected by some degree of mental impairment (18).Duty of care is often used as a legal term and most people would be aware of their duty of care in regards to occupational health and safety.
However, duty of care applies to a range of situations and can be briefly described as an obligation that a sensible person would have in the circumstances when acting toward others and the public.Here to help us to a better and cleared understanding of the problems that face the mentally deficient child we have Dr.
Rudolph J. Copobianco, Director of Research in Special Education and Rehabilitation at Syracuse University and Assistant Director of Research and Mentally Retarded Children for the New York State Department of Mental Hygiene.