Objectives. Contribution of environmental factors to intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Factors contributing to increased risk of toxic chemical exposure in children to include children with I/DD. The effects of lead, mercury, and environmental tobacco smoke exposure on children.Strategies to prevent, minimize, and/or manage exposure in children with I/DD.Translation of research findings to clinical practice..
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