Síndrome de Down: hacia un futuro mejor : guía para los padres

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Elsevier España, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 346 pages
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For over 10 years, parents and professionals have trusted Dr. Pueschel's bestselling book "A Parent's Guide to Down Syndrome" and now, they can get the latest information in his newly updated edition translated into Spanish. Crossing the lifespan, this thorough volume highlights developmental stages and shows recent advances that can improve a child's quality of life. New topics covered include

  • Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) 1997
  • innovative services, programs, and support groups
  • the latest prenatal genetic testing methods
  • the impact of play on gross motor development
  • association of Down syndrome with other disorders such as Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Pervasive Developmental Disorder

Written by leading experts, many of whom are parents of children with Down syndrome themselves, readers will get the advice and insight in this easy-to-read reference."

 

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Contents

De padres a padres
1
Breve historia sobre el síndrome de Down
9
Causas del síndrome de Down
17
Diagnóstico prenatal y consejo genético
29
Ha nacido un niño con síndrome de Down
41
Características físicas del niño
51
Problemas médicos y cuestiones de salud
57
Alimentación del niño pequeño
91
Desarrollo de las habilidades comunicativas
163
Tiempo
187
Educación del niño y del adolescente
199
Adolescencia y transición a la edad adulta
231
La clave
241
El trabajo en la comunidad mediante
265
Experiencias
287
La investigación biomédica y el futuro
297

Estimulación precoz del desarrollo
99
Estimulación del desarrollo de la motricidad
111
Cómo sacar adelante un hijo con síndrome
151
Epílogo
315
índice alfabético de materias
336
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About the author (2002)


Siegfried M. Pueschel, M.D., Ph.D., J.D., M.P.H., studied medicine in Germany and graduated from the Medical Academy of Dusseldorf in 1960. He then pursued his postgraduate studies at The Children's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, and the Montreal Children's Hospital in Quebec, Canada. In 1967, he earned a Master of Public Health degree from the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts; in 1985, he was awarded a doctoral degree in developmental psychology from the University of Rhode Island in Kingston; and in 1996, he was granted a Doctor of Juris degree from the Southern New England School of Law in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts. From 1967 to 1975, Dr. Pueschel worked at the Developmental Evaluation Clinic of The Children's Hospital in Boston. There he became director of the first Down Syndrome Program and provided leadership to the PKU and Inborn Errors of Metabolism Program. In 1975, Dr. Pueschel was appointed director of the Child Development Center at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence. He continued to pursue his interests in clinical activities, research, and teaching in the fields of developmental disabilities, biochemical genetics, and chromosome abnormalities. Dr. Pueschel is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics. His academic appointments include Lecturer in Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School, and Professor of Pediatrics, Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

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