Summary Of Ms. Velez's Intellectual Disability

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Ms. Velez was instructed to file documents in the office in order. She was required to arrange files in alphabetical order. The customer presented difficulties identifying letters and required the evaluator assistance by spelling the words out loud. She shown confusion during the activity and was not able to accurately organized the files as directed.

Due to the customer’s diagnosis of Intellectual Disability, Moderate her processing speed is extremely low. She also presented difficulties reading words and comprehending instructions.

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