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IQ costs Oregon parents their kids, but is that fair? (Column) [message #2113] Thu, 20 July 2017 18:15
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According to documents provided by the couple, psychological evaluations tested Fabbrini's IQ at about 72, placing her in the "extremely low to borderline range of intelligence," and Ziegler's about 66, placing him in the "mild range of intellectual disability." The average IQ is between 90 and 110.

Fabbrini formerly worked as a grocery clerk. Ziegler worked as a carpet layer, he said, but now receives Social Security benefits for his mental disability.

"I have a learning disability, but it's very, very mild," Ziegler said. He understands that he learns more slowly than some, but says "everybody learns at their pace." 017/07/parents_with_intellectual_disa.html

This could lead to some potential problems...

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