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Together with two accompanying DVDs illustrating teaching techniques and a CD of resources, the handbook offers teachers and teaching assistants detailed guidance, assessment tools, and example teaching materials needed to implement the interv [...]
This is a short booklet produced by International Mosaic Down Syndrome Association about what Mosaic Down Syndrome is.
Medical & Surgical Care for Children With Down Syndrome – A Guide For Parents
When Laura Estreich is born, her eyes present a puzzle: Does their shape indicate Down syndrome or simply the fact that she has a Japanese grandmother? In this powerful memoir, poet and stay-at-home dad George Estreich reflects on his daughter [...]
Packed with friendly guidance, practical tips, and first-person stories, this book reveals the best ways to provide effective services to students in inclusive classrooms.
Learn how to support students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs) and recognise the symptoms with this straight-talking guide.
Antidotes to the obsessions that come with a child's disability This is an honest and uplifting book for people who are navigating the early stages of raising a child with a disability. It is both a reassuring and relatable insight for what is [...]
In ‘Now I See’, 50 parents from all over Australia and New Zealand tell their personal and poignant stories of how they came, not simply to accept, but to embrace and celebrate life with their children with Down syndrome.