Down Syndrome: Visions for the 21st Century
William I. Cohen, Lynn Nadel, Myra E. Madnick
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 14, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 496 pages
Providing a comprehensive survey of the clinical, educational, developmental, psychosocial, and transitional issues relevant to people with Down syndrome, this book addresses the needs of family members, caregivers, and professionals alike. Edited in association with the National Down Syndrome Society, this up-to-date treatment incorporates the newest developments concerning sexuality, inclusion, transition into adulthood, and legislation, as well as a discussion of the Human Genome Project and the sequencing of chromosome 21.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
PART II SELFADVOCACY
PART III ADVOCACY
PART IV ROLE OF THE FAMILY
PART V HEALTH AND CLINICAL CARE
PART VI RESEARCH
PART VII PSYCHOSOCIAL ISSUES
Other editions - View all
ability activities adults with DS agencies assistive technology autism behaviors benefits celiac disease Center child children with DS chromosome 21 classroom cognitive developmental disabilities Disabilities Act disease DNA sequence Down’s syndrome drome DSCAM effective Estate Plan evaluation family members federal function funding genes Genet genome goals housing hypothyroidism identify important inclusive education increased individuals with disabilities intervention involved issues Korenberg Kumin learning living math Medicaid ment mental retardation motor mouse National NDSS nondisjunction Oelwein opportunities outcomes parents Pediatrics person with DS persons with disabilities physical therapy piracetam problems professionals programs Pueschel region Rehabilitation relationships self-determination sequence severe disabilities sexual sibling skills social special education special needs trust specific speech and language studies Supported Employment teach teachers tion treatment trisomy 21 U.S. Department vision Workforce Investment