Babies with Down syndrome: a new parents' guide

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Woodbine House, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 340 pages
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Babies with Down Syndrome is the book that thousands of new parents and professionals have turned to as their first source of information on Down Syndrome. This second edition is written by the same group of knowledgeable parents, doctors, nurses, educators, and lawyers, who cover everything parents need to know about raising their child in an environment of love, pride and achievement. Now, the new edition of this classic guide improves on the original with up-to-date information on prenatal testing, early intervention, legal and medical issues and resources.

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Review: Babies With Down Syndrome: A New Parents' Guide

User Review  - Kristin Griffin - Goodreads

This book provides a good overview of Down syndrome and is best used as a reference book. I tried reading it cover to cover when my son was a newborn and found it overwhelming. I recently got rid of ... Read full review

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