- Moderate Cognitive Impairment - IQ of 35 to 55.
- Severe Cognitive Impairment - IQ 20 to 40.
- Profound Cognitive Impairment - Below 20.
- Difficulty retaining information and learning simple routines.
- Confusion and behavior problems in new situations or places.
- Short attention span.
- Lack of curiosity.
- Difficulty understanding social rules.
- Sustained infantile behavior into toddlerhood or preschool years.
- Difficulty understanding consequences of actions.
- Limited and/or inconsistent communication skills.
- Lack of age-appropriate self-help and self-care skills.
- Cranial MRI.
- Spinal tap.
- Aids such as alarms or earplugs can also be used.
- If the person has trouble controlling emotions, psychotherapy may help.
- Controlling the person's surroundings can also help prevent outbursts. Behavior problems may also be helped with cognitive behavioral therapy. Teaching a person how to behave in different situations is useful, as well. If behavior problems are severe, the person may require supervision.
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