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All Library Resources
This large-format book is useful in helping parents and teachers explain to children what Down syndrome is.
Communication Skills in Children with Down Syndrome – A Guide for Parents This book will provide parents with a wealth of information about speech and language development in children with Down syndrome.
Helping Children with Down Syndrome Communicate Better - Speech and Language Skills for Ages 6 - 14 This sequel to Early Communication Skills is the only book about speech and language issues for children ages 6-14 who have Down syndrome.
Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome - A Guide for Parents and Professionals This new book is the updated, expanded edition of Communication Skills in Children with Down Syndrome. It focuses on speech and language develo [...]
Speech - Putting Sounds Together Putting Sounds Together is the second step in the See and Learn Speech Programme – a step-by-step series of resources specially developed to help children who have Down syndrome develop clearer speech.
Speech - Playing With Sounds Playing with Sounds is the first step in the See and Learn Speech programme – a step-by-step series of resources specially developed to help children who have Down syndrome develop clearer speech.
Saying Words See and Learn Saying Words provides simple activities that encourage the imitation and repetition of one- and two-syllable words.
Saying More Words See and Learn Saying More Words can help parents, teachers, and therapists support regular speech practice.