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Adult Series - Recreation and adults with Down syndrome
A book written to enable the participation of individuals with Down syndrome in recreation activities. (2 x copies)
This book is written to enable the participation of individuals with Down syndrome in recreation activities. It includes information that will help in the planning and implementation of individualised lifestyles. Examples of recreational activities are provided that may contribute to the reader's resources. Activity analysis is described in detail and includes a sample analysis so that the reader can see how to apply the concepts to a recreational activity.
NB: The library resources are available for ADSA library members to borrow. Unfortunately we do not sell direct to the general public.
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Adult Series - Society - Spiritual well-being of adults with Down syndrome
A book based on the concept of spiritual well-being as an integral, essential part of the everyday life of the whole person. (2 x copies)
Life After High School - A Guide for Students with Disabilities and Their Families
This book offers help and support to students with disabilities of all kinds, and their families, both before and during the transition to life after high school.
R the are word - helping individuals with intellectual disabilities deal with bullying and teasing
People with intellectual disabilities are often the brunt of teasing and bullying. This book suggests there are ways that we can help people with disabilities understand teasing and bullying and strategies for dealing with mean people.
The Clinical Assessment and Management of Children, Young People and Adults with Down Syndrome - Recommended Clinical Practice
This Recommended Clinical Practice document has evolved to provide guidance for individuals throughout the lifespan.
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