Babies With Down Syndrome 3rd Ed
This trustworthy guide has benefited thousands of families since it was first published in 1985. It incorporates the latest scientific, medical, educational research, and practical information available, as well as parentsí suggestions and feedback.
Children With Down's Syndrome$65.00, Softcover
This practical handbook offers advice on strategies for meeting the special educational needs of children with Down's syndrome in mainstream schools.
Communicating Partners$54.95, Paperback
Drawn from over 30 years clinical practice and research this book offers an innovative approach to working with late talking children (including those with ASD or Down syndrome) that focuses on developing relationships through mutual understanding.
This invaluable resource offers practical advice, examples, and expertise for parents and professionals to follow as they help children with Down syndrome from infancy to age seven become the best talkers they can be.
Down Syndrome Parenting 101
A veteran parent and educator helps parents make smart, considered life decisions on their journey with their child with Down syndrome.
Down Syndrome The Facts, 3rd Ed$24.95, Paperback
Positive, practical, and comprehensive guide that looks at the many new developments that have taken place over the past few years in educational, social and employment opportunities for people with Down Syndrome as well as changes in community attitudes.
Down Syndrome the First 18 Months DVD
This is an inspiring and educational DVD for parents who want to know more, and an excellent tool for support groups, medical professionals, and libraries to support families.
The Down Syndrome Transition Handbook
A veteran parent and expert on transitioning advises families on how to prepare their child with Down syndrome for independent adult life. Whether your child is in high school or an older adult still at home, this handbook outlines what to consider.
Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome, 3ed
This book provides 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.
Educating Learners with Down Syndrome$57.00, Paperback
Reviews recent findings in down syndrome education, highlighting promising practices and identifying areas for future research.
Fasten Your Seatbelt
An engaging question and answer format addresses the issues and concerns of teens who have a brother or sister with Down syndrome.
Fine Motor Skills for Children with Down Syndrome, 2nd Ed
The most up-to-date, comprehensive resource on fine motor development for children with Down syndrome. The book explains the best practices and procedures for helping children master daily living skills for home, school, and an independent future.
A poignant collection of personal stories by mothers describing the gifts that their child with Down syndrome has brought into their lives.
This heartfelt collection of more than seventy inspirational essay is a source of comfort and offers insight to anyone who wonders how people with Down syndrome live today.
Gross Motor Skills for Children with Down Syndrome 2nd Ed
In this thoroughly updated second edition the author explains the many physiological reasons that children with Down syndrome experience delays in their gross motor development
Gross Motor Skills In Children With Down Syndrome
This guide provides essential information about motor development including the impact of temperament and the effect of physical and medical conditions associated with Down syndrome.
The Guide to Good Health for Teens & Adults with Down Syndrome
Leading experts on Down syndrome and authors of Mental Wellness now offer this comprehensive resource to encourage and maintain good health.
Helping Children with Down Syndrome Communicate Better
This is the only book about speech and language issues for children with Down syndrome ages 6-14, and is the sequel to Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome.
I Can, Can You?
This wonderful book will reassure families with a new baby with Down syndrome. Daycare centres, hospitals, infant-toddler programs, libraries, pediatric practices and support groups will also want it available for the families they serve.
I Like Berries do you$17.95, Board book
This lighthearted board book features wonderful photographs of young children with Down syndrome enjoying a wide selection of healthful foods, from fruits and veggies to meats and snacks.
Kids with Down Syndrome DVD
Parents and professionals from around the world, including Australa and NZ, explore the milestones of childhood with Down syndrome: walking, talking, reading, friendships, going to school and the blossoming of personality and independence.
Mental Wellness in Adults with Down Syndrome
In this groundbreaking book, the founding directors of the Adult Down Syndrome Center of Lutheran General Hospital in the USA, share nearly 30 years of combined experience treating more than 3,000 adolescents and adults with Down syndrome aged 12 to 83.
Mothering Special Needs$49.95, Paperback
This book explores the lived experience of mothers raising a child with a learning disability, through interviews with mothers of children with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and Down syndrome.
My Friend Isabelle
Isabelle and Charlie are friends. They both like to draw, dance, read, play at the park and eat Cheerios. They both cry if their feelings are hurt and like most friends, they are also different from each other. Isabelle has Down syndrome. Charlie doesn't.
My Up and Down and All Around Book$16.95, Hardback
Playful, color photographs by Marjorie Pitzer in the style of her popular I Can, Can You? help introduce young children to many of the most frequently used prepositions: words that tell something about location or time.
Pay Attention Emily Brown!
This amusing picture book features an imaginative, yet distractible little girl and her mother who desperately tries to get her attention! Great for children with ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, or sensory processing disorder.
A Room of Golden Shells
The amazing works of art and creative writing in this volume stand in silent but powerful testimony to the creative potential of those with Down syndrome and the value of art in the landscape of disability.
Speech and Language Development and Intervention in Down Syndrome and Fragile X Syndrome$79.00, Paperback
This text clarifies the distinct speech and language issues associated with each disorder and helps readers conduct individualized assessment and intervention.
Stepping Out$45.95, Paperback
For parents and carers of young children diagnosed with conditions such as autism, Down Syndrome or other forms of developmental delay: provides practical advice and a host of ideas and suggestions to best encourage the child's development.
Teaching Children with Down Syndrome about Their Bodies, Boundaries, and Sexuality
The author blends factual information and practical ideas for teaching children with Down syndrome about their bodies, puberty, and sexuality. This book gives parents the confidence to speak comfortably about these sometimes difficult subjects.
Teaching Math (to People with Down Syndrome)$21.95, CD
This CD-ROM contains over 150 worksheets, games, and teaching aids from the extensive appendices of both volumes of Teaching Math.
Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and Other Hands-on Learners Book 1
This is an essential guide that parents and educators can use to teach meaningful math to students; with and without learning problems; who struggle with understanding computation, number concepts, and when and how to use these skills.
Teaching Reading to Children with Down Syndrome
This guide presents a reading program for children with Down syndrome that can be used to effectively meet a child's unique learning needs and style.
We'll Paint the Octopus Red$26.50, Hardback
A beautifully written and illustrated story and a set of commonly asked questions about Down syndrome which will help children undserstand how it might affect their sibling and family.
What Did You Say? DVD
Dr. Libby Kumin explains in easy-to-understand terms the components of speech that parents and SLPs should pay attention to, helping them identify what a child or adult needs to work on in speech therapy.
When Down Syndrome and Autism Intersect
We know that autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are increasing in the general population, but it's less well known that ASD is even more common in people with Down syndrome.