Keys to Parenting a Child with Down Syndrome
Here's help for parents who must cope with the details of raising children in the often-demanding contemporary environment. Bringing up children today is different - and in many ways, more difficult - than it was in past generations. Barron's "Parenting Keys" speak to today's parents, with answers to today's problems.
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Part TwoAdjusting to a Child with Down Syndrome
Part ThreeBalancing Family Relationships
Part FourYour Childs Total WellBeing
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