When they hit school, kids with a mild ID will not be diagnosed. They have backwardness from scholastics. Compared with their peers, social and communication skills tend to fall behind as they grow older. Vocational skills can remain adequately adequate to sustain themselves. Although some social and vocational skills are achieved by these children, they need a supportive environment.Once diagnosed and the severity identified, further management is highly dependent on the severity of the ID. Vocational training is recommended in mild and moderate situations. The teaching of child self-care and basic communication is more relevant in serious and profound cases. Certification is highly recommended in all situations.