Broader Functiong- Narrow functioning

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Stoek
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04 Oct 2014, 12:54 pm

Is broader functioning/Narrow functioning a better word to use compared to HFA-LFA.



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04 Oct 2014, 1:03 pm

If we were going by what's best to differentiate the two, shouldn't it just be autism w and w/out intellectual disability?



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04 Oct 2014, 2:32 pm

calstar2 wrote:
If we were going by what's best to differentiate the two, shouldn't it just be autism w and w/out intellectual disability?


No because by definition all aspies have on time or another of Intellectual disability.



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04 Oct 2014, 5:54 pm

Stoek wrote:
calstar2 wrote:
If we were going by what's best to differentiate the two, shouldn't it just be autism w and w/out intellectual disability?


No because by definition all aspies have on time or another of Intellectual disability.


Interested to know how you define intellectual disability?