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Adult Series - Society - Spiritual well-being of adults with Down syndrome
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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)
Attention to spiritual well-being is as important as care for the emotional, intellectual, physical and social aspects of life. This book is based on the concept of spiritual well-being as an integral, essential part of the everyday life of the whole person; it is not an optional extra, a fairy tale, an academic extra or a nuisance.

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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