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Adolescents with Down Syndrome: Toward a More Fulfilling LifeSiegfried M Pueschel and Maria Sustrova1997PaperbackScientific advances, enlightened legislation, better employment opportunities, and psycho-educational breakthroughs give young people with Down syndrome a better chance than ever of leading fulfilling, happy lives. Adolescents with Down Syndrome fills the previously existing gap in support resources for young adults and their families.1-55766-281-9Adolescent & Adult
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Count us In: Growing up with Down SyndromeJason Kingsley, Mitchell Levitz1994PaperbackAt ages nineteen and twenty-two, respectively, Jason Kingsley and Mitchell Levitz shared their innermost thoughts, feelings, hopes, and dreams, their lifelong friendship, and their experiences growing up with Down syndrome.0-15-150447-41Adolescent & Adult
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Making plans: A Financial Guide for People with Down Syndrome and Their FamiliesNational Endowment for Financial Education, NDSS, MassMutual Financial Group2003PaperbackThis booklet is written as two publications in one. Part 1 speaks to the individual with Down syndrome. Part 2 provides parents and caregivers with financial and other information to help them guide their loved one toward independence.1,2,3,4,5Adolescent & Adult
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Mental Wellness in Adults with Down Syndrome: A Guide to Emotional and Behavioral Strengths and Challenges - 1st EditionDennis McGuire and Brian Chicoine2006PaperbackThis authoritative, easy-to-read guide clarifies what are the common behavioral characteristics of Down syndrome, how some can be mistaken for mental illness, and what are the bona fide mental health problems that occur more commonly in people with Down syndrome. As McGuire and Chicoine describe these traits and mental health issues, they also explain, through detailed observations and case studies based on their patients, how parents, caregivers and adults with Down syndrome can work together to foster mental wellness.978-1-890627-65-21,2Adolescent & Adult
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Next Chapter book Club: A Model Community Literacy Program for People with Intellectual DisabilitiesThomas R. Fish and Paula Rabidoux2009PaperbackThis new guide shows you how to use the innovative NCBC model to set up a successful book club where members read aloud together, improve literacy or read for the first time, and make lasting friendships as they discuss books every week at their local coffee shop or bookstore.978-1-890627-79-91Adolescent & Adult
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Teaching Children with Down Syndrome about their Bodies, Boundaries and Sexuality: A Guide for Parents and ProfessionalsTerri Couwenhoven2007PaperbackDrawing on her unique background as both a sexual educator and mother of a child with Down syndrome, the author blends factual information and practical ideas for teaching children with Down syndrome about their bodies, puberty, and sexuality.978-1-890627-33-11, 2, 3Adolescent & Adult
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The Down Syndrome Transition Handbook: Charting Your Child's Course to AdulthoodJo Ann Simons, M.S.W.2010PaperbackHelps parents prepare their child for independent adult life. It's full of practical tips and step-by-step instructions to help families envision their child's future, develop a transition plan, and implement it. There's also a wealth of information about adults in their twenties or thirties living at home who are still struggling with finding a job, locating housing, or establishing a meaningful life in their community, and who could achieve more independence with the right guidance and supports.978-1-890627-87-41 & 2Adolescent & Adult
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The Guide to Good Health for Teens & Adults with Down SyndromeBrian Chicoine M.D. & Dennis McGuire Ph.D.2010PaperbackDrs. Chicoine and McGuire provide invaluable insight into what health problems are more common in their patients, and how medical issues can present differently in people with Down syndrome. In a clear, empathetic style, they discuss how to promote a healthy lifestyle to prevent problems, and how to recognize health problems early on to ensure appropriate care and the best outcome. 978-1-890627-89-81Adolescent & Adult
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The Guide to Good Health for Teens & Adults with Down SyndromeBrian Chicoine M.D. & Dennis McGuire Ph.D.2010PaperbackDrs. Chicoine and McGuire provide invaluable insight into what health problems are more common in their patients, and how medical issues can present differently in people with Down syndrome. In a clear, empathetic style, they discuss how to promote a healthy lifestyle to prevent problems, and how to recognize health problems early on to ensure appropriate care and the best outcome. 978-1-890627-89-82Adolescent & Adult
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The Power to Spring Up: Post Secondary Education Opportunities for Students with Significant Disabilities - 1st EditionDiane M. Katovitch2009PaperbackEducation and learning after high school are both possible and beneficial for students with significant disabilities, giving them better job opportunities and more fulfilling lives. This guide to PSE options is designed for students ages 14 and up with a variety of disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders (ASD), Down syndrome, and cerebral palsy, their families, advocates, and secondary school professionals978-1-890627-95-91 & 2Adolescent & Adult
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Activity Schedules for Children with Autism: Teaching Independent BehaviorLynn E McClannahan, Ph.D. & Patricia J. Krantz Ph.D.2010PaperbackTeaching Independent Behavior978-1-60613-003-21Autism
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Seeing is Believing: Video Self-Modeling for People with Autism and other Developmental DisabilitiesTom Buggey, Ph.D.2009PaperbackVideo Self-Modeling for People with Autism and other Developmental Disabilities978-1-890627-88-11Autism
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Stop That Seemingly Senseless Behavior: FBA-based interventions for people with AutismBeth A Glasberg, Ph.D., BCBA2008PaperbackFBA-based interventions for people with Autism978-1-890627-76-81Autism
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Babies with Down Syndrome: A New Parents' Guide - 2nd EditionEdited by Karen Stray-Gundersen1995PaperbackSince it publication in 1986, Babies with Down Syndrome has been highly praised for its compassionate voice and expansive focus on the varied issues that face parents and families.0-933149-64-61Babies
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Babies with Down Syndrome: A New Parents' Guide - 1st EditionEdited by Karen Stray-Gundersen1995PaperbackSince it publication in 1986, Babies with Down Syndrome has been highly praised for its compassionate voice and expansive focus on the varied issues that face parents and families.0-933149-64-61Babies
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Babies with Down Syndrome: A New Parents' Guide - 2nd EditionEdited by Karen Stray-Gundersen1995PaperbackSince it publication in 1986, Babies with Down Syndrome has been highly praised for its compassionate voice and expansive focus on the varied issues that face parents and families.0-933149-64-63, or 4Babies
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Babies with Down Syndrome: A New Parents' Guide - 2nd EditionEdited by Karen Stray-Gundersen1995PaperbackSince it publication in 1986, Babies with Down Syndrome has been highly praised for its compassionate voice and expansive focus on the varied issues that face parents and families.0-933149-64-62Babies
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Babies with Down Syndrome: A New Parents' Guide - 3rd EditionEdited by Susan J. Skallerup2008PaperbackThe complete, compassionate guide to your child's first five years.1-890627-55-02Babies
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Babies with Down Syndrome: A New Parents' Guide - 3rd EditionEdited by Susan J. Skallerup2008PaperbackThe complete, compassionate guide to your child's first five years.1-890627-55-01Babies
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Babies with Down Syndrome: A New Parents' Guide - 3rd EditionEdited by Susan J. Skallerup2008PaperbackThe complete, compassionate guide to your child's first five years.1-890627-55-03Babies
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Down Syndrome: A Promising Future, TogetherEdited by Terry J. Hassold, David Patterson1999PaperbackDesigned to meet the needs of parents and professionals alike, this edited volume addresses a variety of critical medical, developmental, educational, and vocational issues. It discusses current trends and presents the most recent update of the Health Care Guidelines for Individuals with Down Syndrome: Down Syndrome Preventative Medical Check List, which groups by age medical assessments and other important information. Also covered are the controversial and high-profile issues surrounding alternative and nonconventional therapies.0-471-29687-21Babies
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Keys to Parenting a Child with Down SyndromeMarlene Targ Brill1993PaperbackHere’s help for parents who must cope with the details of raising children in the often-demanding contemporary environment.0-8120-1458-81Babies
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Los bebés con síndrome de Down: un nuevo Padres' Guide - 3ª EdiciónEdited by Susan J. Skallerup2008PaperbackDesde su publicación en 1986, los bebés con síndrome de Down ha sido muy elogiada por su voz compasivo y expansivo centrarse en las variadas cuestiones que enfrentan los padres y familiares.1-890627-55-02Babies
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Los bebés con síndrome de Down: un nuevo Padres' Guide - 3ª EdiciónEdited by Susan J. Skallerup2008PaperbackDesde su publicación en 1986, los bebés con síndrome de Down ha sido muy elogiada por su voz compasivo y expansivo centrarse en las variadas cuestiones que enfrentan los padres y familiares.1-890627-55-01Babies
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The Child with Special Needs: Encouraging Intellectual and Emotional GrowthStanley I. Greenspan M.D. & Serena Wieder Ph.D. with Robin Simons1998HardbackCovering all kinds of disabilities--including cerebral palsy, autism, Down Syndrome, ADD, and language problems--this comprehensive guide offers parents specific ways of helping all special needs children reach their full intellectual and emotional potential. 0-201-40726-41Babies
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The Happiest Baby on the blockHarvey Karp, M.D.2003PaperbackIn perhaps the most important parenting book of the decade, Dr. Harvey Karp reveals an extraordinary treasure sought by parents for centuries—an automatic “off-switch” for their baby’s crying.0-553-38146-61Babies
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Understanding Down Syndrome: An Introduction for ParentsCliff Cunningham1996PaperbackWhen they are told that their baby has Down Syndrome, most parents react with shock and need help coping with this unexpected situation. Veteran researcher Cunningham aims to provide such help in the form of detailed information about the physical, mental, and social characteristics of Down Syndrome children. Along with that information comes encouragement and hope as Cunningham shows that there is much that parents and others can do to help a Down Syndrome child develop to his or her full potential.1-57129-009-51Babies
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Transforming the Difficult Child: The Nurtured Heart ApproachHoward Glasser, M.A.
Jennifer Easley, M.A.
1998PaperbackGives parents and teachers and absolutely clear understanding of how a challenging child really responds to normal ways of parenting and why traditional methods actually make the situation worse.0-9670507-0-71Behavior
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Baby Sign Language Basics: Early Communication for Hearing Babies and ToddlersMonta Briant2004PaperbackEarly Communication for Hearing Babies and Toddlers978-1-4019-0290-21 & 2Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Sign Language Basics: Early Communication for Hearing Babies and ToddlersMonta Briant2004PaperbackEarly Communication for Hearing Babies and Toddlers978-1-4019-0290-21Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Songs Vol 2: Here I GoTwo Little Hands Productions2005CDSing along with your friends from Baby Signing Time978-1-933543-55-91Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Songs Vol 3: A New DayTwo Little Hands Productions2008CDSing along with your friends from Baby Signing Time978-1-933543-60-41Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Songs Vol 3: A New DayTwo Little Hands Productions2008CDSing along with your friends from Baby Signing Time978-1-933543-60-42Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Songs Vol 4: Let's Be FriendsTwo Little Hands Productions2008CDSing along with your friends from Baby Signing Time978-1-933543-61-12Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Songs Vol 4: Let's Be FriendsTwo Little Hands Productions2008CDSing along with your friends from Baby Signing Time978-1-933543-61-11Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Vol 1: Its Baby Signing TimeTwo Little Hands ProductionsDVDBaby sign language made fun and easy!1Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Vol 1: Its Baby Signing TimeTwo Little Hands ProductionsDVDBaby sign language made fun and easy!2Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Vol 1: Its Baby Signing TimeTwo Little Hands ProductionsDVDBaby sign language made fun and easy!3Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Vol 2: Here I GoTwo Little Hands Productions2008DVDBaby sign language made fun and easy!978-1-933543-16-12Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Vol 2: Here I GoTwo Little Hands Productions2008DVDBaby sign language made fun and easy!978-1-933543-16-11Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Vol 3: A New DayTwo Little Hands Productions2008DVDBaby sign language made fun and easy!978-1-933543-58-11Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Vol 3: A New DayTwo Little Hands Productions2008DVDBaby sign language made fun and easy!978-1-933543-58-12Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Vol 4: Let's Be FriendsTwo Little Hands Productions2008DVDBaby sign language made fun and easy!978-1-933543-59-83Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Vol 4: Let's Be FriendsTwo Little Hands Productions2008DVDBaby sign language made fun and easy!978-1-933543-59-82Communication & Sign Language
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Baby Signing Time Vol 4: Let's Be FriendsTwo Little Hands Productions2008DVDBaby sign language made fun and easy!978-1-933543-59-81Communication & Sign Language
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Caring for Young Children: Signing for Day Care Providers & SittersS. Harold Collins1993PaperbackSigns for feelings, directions, activities, foods, bedtime, discipline, comfort-giving.0-931993-58-X1Communication & Sign Language
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Classroom Language Skills for Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Teachers - 1st EditionLibby Kumin2001PaperbackEmphasizes the crucial role teachers and speech-language pathologists play. It explains how to make adaptations to curriculum, verbal instruction, classroom routines, and written assignments. The book discusses ways to enhance social communication between children with Down syndrome and other students during class, lunch, and recess.1-890627-11-91 & 2Communication & Sign Language
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Communication Skills in Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for ParentsLibby Kumin1994PaperbackFocuses on speech and language development from birth through the stage of making 3-word phrases, which is often around kindergarten age, but can occur later. This book offers a wealth of information on intelligibility issues, hearing loss, apraxia (difficulty planning oral-motor movements), and other factors that affect communication for children with Down syndrome. 0-933149-53-04Communication & Sign Language
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Communication Skills in Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for ParentsLibby Kumin1994PaperbackFocuses on speech and language development from birth through the stage of making 3-word phrases, which is often around kindergarten age, but can occur later. This book offers a wealth of information on intelligibility issues, hearing loss, apraxia (difficulty planning oral-motor movements), and other factors that affect communication for children with Down syndrome. 0-933149-53-01, 2, or 3Communication & Sign Language
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Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents & Professionals - 2nd EditionLibby Kumin1994, 2003PaperbackFocuses on speech and language development from birth through the stage of making 3-word phrases, which is often around kindergarten age, but can occur later. This book offers a wealth of information on intelligibility issues, hearing loss, apraxia (difficulty planning oral-motor movements), and other factors that affect communication for children with Down syndrome. 978-1-890627-27-01Communication & Sign Language
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Helping Children with Down Syndrome Communicate Better: Speech and Language Skills for Ages 6-14 - 1st EditionLibby Kumin2008PaperbackWritten for both parents and professionals, the book provides in depth information on the communication challenges of Down syndrome children from the ages of 6-14. A wealth of information is provided to help parents and professionals help Down syndrome children develop strong communication skills.978-1-890627-54-61Communication & Sign Language
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My Up & Down & All Around BookMarjorie W Pitzer2008HardbackIntroduce your child to many of the most commonly used prepositions - In & Out, Up & Down, On & Off - in this delightful board book featuring children with Down Syndrome playing and having fun.978-1-890627-90-41Communication & Sign Language
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Sign with Your Baby: How to Communicate with Infants Before They Can SpeakJoseph Garcia1999PaperbackThis book teaches hearing parents how to use simple sign language gestures to communicate with their hearing infants before their infants can speak.0-9636229-2-71Communication & Sign Language
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Signing Exact EnglishGeriLee Gustason & Esther Zawolkow1993PaperbackThe most comprehensive collection of signs for English Words. Vocabulary for beginning to advanced signers, Easy to follow graphic illustrations for over 4400 signs.0-916708-26-81Communication & Sign Language
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Signing Exact English (Pocket Edition)GeriLee Gustason & Esther Zawolkow1993PaperbackThe most comprehensive collection of signs for English Words. Vocabulary for beginning to advanced signers, Easy to follow graphic illustrations for over 4400 signs.0-916708-26-81Communication & Sign Language
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Signing Exact English (Pocket Edition)GeriLee Gustason & Esther Zawolkow1993PaperbackThe most comprehensive collection of signs for English Words. Vocabulary for beginning to advanced signers, Easy to follow graphic illustrations for over 4400 signs.0-916708-26-82Communication & Sign Language
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Signing for KidsMickey Flodin1991PaperbackThis easy-to-follow large-format book is organized by general topic.0-399-51672-71Communication & Sign Language
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Signing Time Songs Series Two: Volumes 1-7Two Little Hands Productions2007CDSing along with your friends from Baby Signing Time978-1-933543-70-91Communication & Sign Language
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Signing Time Songs Series Two: Volumes 8-13Two Little Hands Productions2008CDSing along with your friends from Baby Signing Time978-1-933543-71-61Communication & Sign Language
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Signing Time Songs Vol 1: ShineTwo Little Hands Productions2006CDShine is a compilation of the many "Grown Up" songs that have been born while creating the Signing Time Series.978-1-933543-61-01Communication & Sign Language
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Signing Time Songs Volumes 1-3Two Little Hands Productions2002CDSing along with your friends from Baby Signing Time978-1-933543-07-81Communication & Sign Language
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Signing Time Songs Volumes 10-12Two Little Hands Productions2006CDSing along with your friends from Baby Signing Time978-1-933543-41-21Communication & Sign Language
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Signing Time Songs Volumes 4-6Two Little Hands Productions2004CDSing along with your friends from Baby Signing Time978-1-933543-21-41Communication & Sign Language
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Signing Time Songs Volumes 7-9Two Little Hands Productions2005CDSing along with your friends from Baby Signing Time978-1-933543-30-61Communication & Sign Language
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Signs for Me: Basic Sign Vocabulary for ChildrenBen Bahan & Joe Dannis1990PaperbackSigns for me is the first in a planned series of books that presents American Sign Language in a clearly defined, accessible format.0-915035-27-81Communication & Sign Language
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So This is Normal Too: Teachers and Parents Working Out Developmental Issues in Young ChildrenDeborah Hewitt1995PaperbackWhat is normal behavior for a preschool child? Where do difficult behaviors come from? Why does it seem like everyone else's children are so well behaved and mine so unruly?
In this practical, highly useful book for providers, teachers and parents, Deborah Hewitt examines sixteen challenging behaviors.
978-1-884834-07-31Communication & Sign Language
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Talk Tools: Developing Oral-Motor and Feeding Skills in the Down Syndrome PopulationLori Overland M.S., CCC-SLP1999DVD CoursePresented by Lori Overland, M.S., CCC-SLP, this course focuses on the development of oral-motor and feeding skills in the Down syndrome population from birth to adulthood. An overview of therapeutic intervention strategies to prevent long-term feeding problems is also included.978-1-932460-08-71Communication & Sign Language
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Talk Tools: Organizing the Mouth for Feeding and SpeechLori Overland M.S., CCC-SLP1999DVD CourseLori Overland's one-hour video addresses the impact of sensory issues on feeding, speech, and language development. It highlights assessment and treatment strategies for oral-sensory dysfunction. The goal of these exercises is "normalizing" the sensory system for feeding and speech development.978-1-932460-14-81Communication & Sign Language
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Talk Tools: Pre-Feeding - Preparing the Oral MusculatureLori Overland M.S., CCC-SLP1999DVDLori Overland's one-hour video shows demonstrations in pre-feeding techniques designed to prepare the oral musculature for breast, bottle, cup, straw, spoon, and solid feeding. This video provides and excellent overview of the skills needed to be successful oral feeder.978-1-932460-13-11Communication & Sign Language
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The New Language of Toys: Teaching Communication Skills to Children with Special NeedsSue Schwartz and Joan E. Heller Miller1996PaperbackMany young children with special needs experience language delays and need additional help to build language skills. What better way to encourage communication development than through play? The completely updated third edition of THE NEW LANGUAGE OF TOYS, a perennial favorite of parents, speech-language pathologists, and early interventionists, offers a plan for doing just that. 0-933149-73-51Communication & Sign Language
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The Man who Loved ClownsJune Rae Wood1992PaperbackDelrita, 13, has recently moved to a small Missouri town with her parents and Punky, an uncle who has Down's syndrome. Delrita adores Punky, yet is also embarrassed by him. She easily accepts his childish ways at home, but avoids having visitors, and attending church in her new community causes the girl considerable anguish. Always a loner, Punky is befriended by the persistent Avanelle Shackleford ("a name that was almost bigger than she was"), a classmate who also has familial shame--and a fabulous older brother. When disaster tears Delrita's life apart, her new friends' support fortifies her as does Punky's enduring love.0-399-21888-21Fiction
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The Memory Keepers DaughterKim Edwards2005PaperbackThis stunning novel begins on a winter night in 1964, when a blizzard forces Dr. David Henry to deliver his own twins.
His son, born first, is perfectly healthy, but the doctor immediately recognizes that his daughter has Down syndrome. For motives he tells himself are good, he makes a split-second decision that will haunt all their lives forever. He asks his nurse, Caroline, to take the baby away to an institution. Instead, she disappears into another city to raise the child as her own. Compulsively readable and deeply moving, The Memory Keeper's Daughter is a brilliantly crafted story of parallel lives, familial secrets, and the redemptive power of love.
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Big Brother DustinAlden R. Carter1997HardbackA boy with Down syndrome helps his parents and grandparents get ready for the birth of his baby sister and chooses the perfect name for her.0-8075-0715-61For Children
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I Just Am: A Story of Down Syndrome Awareness and ToleranceBryan and Tom Lambke2006HardbackA black-and-white photo-essay by a young adult with Down syndrome. Bryan, who wrote the book along with his dad, speaks candidly about his disability, It is not my fault. I just am. This active young man has an infectious personality; he knows that he's not stupid, but acknowledges that he is slow. He knows that he does not look normal, but questions just what that means. I am not perfect. Who is? I look different. Doesn't everyone? Readers see his friends, pets, bedroom, activities, and family, and learn how very much he is like his peers. Concluding information describes medical ailments associated with Down syndrome, suggests language usages (avoid saying that someone is a Downs), and presents statistics and endorsements.978-58985-020-01For Children
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Kids Explore the Gifts of Children with Special NeedsWestridge Young Writers Workshop1994PaperbackWritten by third-to six-graders, Kids Explore the Gifts of Children with Special Needs profiles ten courageous young people, answering children's questions about disabilities with candor and sensitivity.1-56261-156-91For Children
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My Friend IsabelleEliza Woloson2003HardbackMy Friend Isabelle is a wonderful little book that teaches about difference and acceptance with simplicity and grace. Isabelle and Charlie are friends. They are the same age, but like most friends, they are different. The sweet simplicity of their relationship is a reminder to everyone that "differences are what make the world so great." Young readers will love the bold illustrations and simple text, and parents will appreciate the message and the sensitivity with which it is delivered.1-890627-50-X1 & 2For Children
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Russ and the Almost Perfect DayJanet Elizabeth Rickert2000HardbackKids will want to read all the Russ books, including: Russ and the Apple Tree Surprise and Russ and the Firehouse. All three picture books show how much Russ is a typical kid, rather than focusing on his special needs. The full-color, large-format photographs make it easy to follow along on his adventure. Russ and the Almost Perfect Day is an excellent tool for the classroom that includes a child with Down syndrome, and enjoyable reading for families with young children.1-890627-18-61For Children
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Russ and the Apple Tree SurpriseJanet Elizabeth Rickert1999HardbackKids will want to read all the Russ books, including: Russ and the Apple Tree Surprise and Russ and the Firehouse. All three picture books show how much Russ is a typical kid, rather than focusing on his special needs. The full-color, large-format photographs make it easy to follow along on his adventure. Russ and the Almost Perfect Day is an excellent tool for the classroom that includes a child with Down syndrome, and enjoyable reading for families with young children.1-890627-16-X1For Children
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Russ and the FirehouseJanet Elizabeth Rickert2000HardbackKids will want to read all the Russ books, including: Russ and the Apple Tree Surprise and Russ and the Firehouse. All three picture books show how much Russ is a typical kid, rather than focusing on his special needs. The full-color, large-format photographs make it easy to follow along on his adventure. Russ and the Almost Perfect Day is an excellent tool for the classroom that includes a child with Down syndrome, and enjoyable reading for families with young children.1-890627-17-81For Children
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Taking DS to SchoolJenna Glazter2002PaperbackThese beautifully illustrated and fun-to-read storybooks simplify and normalize complicated childhood conditions, like down syndrome. When read aloud, other children can identify why a peer may be treated differently and begin to empathize with them. In addition, children whose conditions set them apart as being different begin to feel accepted and safe. Each book includes a Kids' Quiz to reinforce new information and Ten Tips for Teachers to provide additional facts and ideas for teacher use. In Taking Down Syndrome to School, Nick's story explains what Down Syndrome is and how it affects children born with it.1-891383-19-11For Children
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The Little King and his Marshmallow KingdomLouis Rotella III2010HardbackKing Louie thee Fourth rules over Marshmallow kingdom where the sun always shines and every meal is a picnic with yummy Marshmallows for dessert. King Louie helps his friends understand and appreciate that everyone is unique, Follow Louie as he shows you the kid-like things he loves to do.978-0-9826842-1-41For Children
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The PolkaPlaid School on Turner CreekLaura Graham Kelly2006PaperbackThe PolkaPlaid School on Turner Creek brings many thoughtful topics together in a warm, colorful, and engaging book. The book provides us all with valuable life lessons: for adults to have the capacity and courage to look at the world through the unconditional eyes of a child; for all children, the hope to have a teacher like Mrs. Misenhiemer who focuses on the whole child and not simply classroom learning. Ultimately, this book is a model for problem-solving and relationship-building for children of all ages.0-9789230-0-61,2,3,4,5For Children
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The PolkaPlaid School on Turner CreekLaura Graham Kelly2006PaperbackThe PolkaPlaid School on Turner Creek brings many thoughtful topics together in a warm, colorful, and engaging book. The book provides us all with valuable life lessons: for adults to have the capacity and courage to look at the world through the unconditional eyes of a child; for all children, the hope to have a teacher like Mrs. Misenhiemer who focuses on the whole child and not simply classroom learning. Ultimately, this book is a model for problem-solving and relationship-building for children of all ages.0-9789230-0-66For Children
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We'll Paint the Octopus RedStephanie Stuve-Bodeen1998HardbackEmma has big dreams for the new baby. Then she learns he has Down syndrome…1-890627-06-21For Children
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We'll Paint the Octopus RedStephanie Stuve-Bodeen1998HardbackEmma has big dreams for the new baby. Then she learns he has Down syndrome…1-890627-06-22For Children
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We'll Paint the Octopus RedStephanie Stuve-Bodeen1998HardbackEmma has big dreams for the new baby. Then she learns he has Down syndrome…1-890627-06-23For Children
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What's Wrong with Timmy?Maria Shriver2001HardbackMaking friends with a mentally challenged boy helps Kate learn the two of them have a lot in common.0-316-23337-41For Children
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450 Strategies for Success: A Practical Guide for all Educators Who Teach Students with DisabilitiesPeggy A. Hammeken1997PaperbackTips for setting up an inclusion program, Strategies for modifying curriculum and practical forms.0-9644271-7-61Inclusion
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Believe in My Child with Special Needs: Helping Children Achieve Their Potential in SchoolMary A. Falvey2005PaperbackCandid and positive, this easy-to-read guide book is an invaluable companion for parents-- and a helpful source of insight for professionals seeking the parent perspective. 1-978-557466-702-11Inclusion
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Believe in My Child with Special Needs: Helping Children Achieve Their Potential in SchoolMary A. Falvey2005PaperbackCandid and positive, this easy-to-read guide book is an invaluable companion for parents-- and a helpful source of insight for professionals seeking the parent perspective. 1-978-557466-702-12Inclusion
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Connecting Students: A Guide to Thoughful Friendship Facilitation for Educators & FamiliesC. Beth Schaffner & Barbara E. Buswell1992PaperbackConnecting students has been developed to promote reflection, dialogue, and action. It is a guide for people working to build classrooms and schools which ensure carings, acceptance, and belonging for all students.1-884720-01-031Inclusion
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Connecting Students: A Guide to Thoughtful Friendship Facilitation for Educators & FamiliesC Beth Schaffner, Barbara E. Buswell2002BinderThis guide offers readers real-life examples of how friendship facilitation can be implemented in very natural ways in schools, neighborhoods, and communities. 1-884720-01-31Inclusion
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Cooperative Grouping for Interactive Learning: Students, Teachers, and AdministratorsLawrence Lyman, and Harvey C. Foyle1990PaperbackSchool Improvement Through Colleagueship and Cooperation0-8106-1842-71Inclusion
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Delicate Threads: Friendships between Children with and without Special Needs in Inclusive SettingsDebbie Staub, Ph.D.1998PaperbackDelicate Threads is the culmination of the author's years of careful observations of friendships between seven pairs of children-each including a child with a moderate to severe disability-who are classmates in an inclusive elementary school. The sometimes intimate interactions described here give readers a rare view of the nature of these friendships, how they develop, their impact on the children involved, how the families and teachers perceive them and contribute to their success or failure, as well as the benefits of inclusion. 0-933149-90-51Inclusion
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Disability is Natural: Revolutionary Common Sense for Raising Successful Children with DisabilitiesKathie Snow2005PaperbackIn this user-friendly book, parents learn revolutionary common sense techniques for raising successful children with disabilities. When we recognize that disability is a natural part of the human experience, new attitudes lead to new actions for successful lives at home, in school and in communities. Readers will learn how to define a child by his or her assets - instead of a disability-related "problem," and how to create new and improved partnerships with educators, health care professionals, family and friends. 978-0-9707636-6-21Inclusion
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Effective Teaching Strategies for Successful Inclusion: A Focus on Down SyndromeBarbara Tien, B.Sc., SLP, Reg. (AB)1999BinderAchieving the goal of inclusion is the community is the most evident sign of the progress that continues to be made. Today, the norm is for individuals to be raised in the family home and be active participants in community activities. The two remaining challenges for parents and educators to face together are meaningful inclusion in the school and in the workplace.0-9686493-0-01 & 2Inclusion
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Everyone Counts: Teaching Acceptance and InclusionNDSSBinderEveryone Counts: Teaching Acceptance and Inclusion is a program of the NDSS. It educates students about diversity as well as the acceptance and inclusion of individuals with Down Syndrome and other cognitive disabilities.2Inclusion
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Everyone Counts: Teaching Acceptance and InclusionNDSSBinderEveryone Counts: Teaching Acceptance and Inclusion is a program of the NDSS. It educates students about diversity as well as the acceptance and inclusion of individuals with Down Syndrome and other cognitive disabilities.1Inclusion
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Inclusion: An Essential Guide for the ParaprofessionalPeggy A. Hammeken1996PaperbackA practical reference tool for all paraprofessionals working in inclusionary settings0-9644271-6-81Inclusion
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