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Intellectual Disability

Autism Open Access is the best journal in Intellectual Disability. Autism Open Access covers autism related and autism associated developmental disorders in children and covers current research in Autism. Much is known about health promotion and disease prevention in the general geriatric population, yet far less is known about those in older adults with intellectual disability (ID). Moreover, the rapid growth in the number of individuals with ID along with their increased longevity present challenges to those concerned about well-being of this unique population. People with ID are affected by much more health problems than the general population and are much more in risk to have age-related diseases. While promoting good health among people with ID is recently discussed as a psychosocial worldwide priority, evidence suggests they are not receiving the same level of health, social education and health promotion opportunities as other members of society “Eli Carmeli, We need to Empower Health Prevention of Aged People with Intellectual Disability” OMICS Group International is a scientific organization that promotes open access for relevant scientific information and research findings. About 700+ peer-reviewed journals are handled by more than 25000 editorial board members who belong to both academic and industrial circles in all aspects of Science, Engineering, Management and Technology journals. A peer-review process ensures that this group follows the standards required to produce some of the top best open access journals such as Autism Open Access, which generate readership and valuable impact factor for scholarly articles related to the field of Autism.
 
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Last date updated on June, 2014