» » An Overview of the Development of Teenagers with Down Syndrome (11-16 Years) (Down Syndrome Issues Information)

Free eBook An Overview of the Development of Teenagers with Down Syndrome (11-16 Years) (Down Syndrome Issues Information) download

by Ben Sacks,Gillian Bird,Sue Buckley

Free eBook An Overview of the Development of Teenagers with Down Syndrome (11-16 Years) (Down Syndrome Issues  Information) download ISBN: 1903806046
Author: Ben Sacks,Gillian Bird,Sue Buckley
Publisher: Down Syndrome Educational Trust (January 20, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 60
Category: Proper Nutrition and Fitness
Subcategory: Psychology and Counseling
Size MP3: 1472 mb
Size FLAC: 1545 mb
Rating: 4.5
Format: azw lit rtf txt


This book offers an introduction to the development of teenagers with Down syndrome. This introductory book provides an overview of development from 11 to 16 years.

This book offers an introduction to the development of teenagers with Down syndrome.

Gillian Bird Director of Consultancy and Education, The Down Syndrome .

in Books Health, Fitness & Dieting Children's Health Down Syndrome. in Books Education & Teaching Schools & Teaching Special Education Learning Disabled.

Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Not the book you’re looking for?

Details (if other): Cancel. Reading and Writing for Teenagers with Down Syndrome (11-16 Years) (Down Syndrome Issues & Information) (Pt. 1). by.

Sayfa 55 - Communication skills in children with Down Syndrome: A guide for .

Sayfa 55 - Communication skills in children with Down Syndrome: A guide for parents. 1997-2007 tarihleri arasında, 9 kitapta geçiyor. Sayfa 54 - Gill, G. (1999). Investigation of the articulatory patterns of young adults with Down's syndrome using electropalatography. 2000-2008 tarihleri arasında, 4 kitapta geçiyor.

Health information online. Down Syndrome Health Issues. Children with Down syndrome have a 10 to 20 fold increased risk of developing leukaemia

Health information online. Health Care - National Down Syndrome Society (USA). An Overview of the Development of Teenagers with Down Syndrome (11-16 Years) (book). Virtually all of the health issues that occur in people with Down syndrome also occur throughout the wider population. Children with Down syndrome have a 10 to 20 fold increased risk of developing leukaemia. The cumulative risk for leukaemia by the age of 5 years is around 2%. Many children with Down syndrome and acute leukaemia can be successfully treated with appropriate treatment.

This study collected information. skills that teenagers with Down. syndrome may have in each area. of development or the range of. individual differences.

Sue Buckley, Gillian Bird, Ben Sacks and Tamsin Archer(1). The Down Syndrome Educational Trust. Part 2 - What do we know about the progress of teenagers with Down syndrome, their daily lives and their needs? The teenage years are a time. of considerable development. for all young people as they move. This study collected information. on all aspects of the development of. a representative group of 46 teenag-.

Gillian Bird, Sue Buckley. Reading skills are often a strength for teenagers with Down syndrome. Those who have not achieved reading success in their primary years may make significant progress during their teenage years. Teenagers and adults with Down syndrome vary widely in their interest and achievements in number skills and mathematics

Gillian Bird, Sue Buckley. Teenagers and adults with Down syndrome vary widely in their interest and achievements in number skills and mathematics. Typically, the achievements of individuals with Down syndrome in number are at a lower level than their achievements in literacy. However, there is a wide range of progress and while some teenagers find number difficult, others enjoy mathematics

children and teenagers with Down syndrome in meaningful reading .

This book offers an introduction to the development of teenagers with Down syndrome. Drawing on the latest research and extensive practical experience, it examines many aspects of development during childhood. Presented in an accessible format, it is a useful reference for families and professionals caring for adolescents with Down syndrome. This introductory book provides an overview of development from 11 to 16 years. It provides information about the development of social, motor, language, cognitive, behaviour, self-help, reading and number skills. It also details typical milestones for adolescents with Down syndrome in these areas. The book highlights the importance of increasing community participation and planning for adult life. Individual differences are discussed, as are key health and family issues. Principles for education, community and therapy services are identified, based on the specific needs of children with Down syndrome and research on effectiveness. "Down Syndrome Issues and Information" is a major series of practical and informative books covering the full range of developmental, health and social issues relating to individuals with Down syndrome. The books have been written by many of the world's leading experts and are based on years of research and hands-on experience.