The term ID refers to a broad range of conditions, so behaviours vary from individual to individual. There are some common behavioural traits that many people with ID exhibit. These include:
A lowered ability to understand and follow social rules might mean a child with ID would have problems with the concept of turn-taking while playing with other children or waiting in line at a bus-stop or in a queue.
With the right supports, there is no reason why a person with an intellectual disability cannot actively be included and participate in society.