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Guidelines for Supporting Adolescents and Adults with Down Syndrome
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ADU11

Guidelines for Supporting Adolescents and Adults with Down Syndrome

Topics covered include rights, physical and medical characteristics, speech, language, behaviour, specific learning difficulties, occupational health and safety, social skills, sexuality and human relationships.

This publication was produced by the Down Syndrome Society of South Australia Inc. Topics covered include rights, physical and medical characteristics, speech, language, behaviour, specific learning difficulties, occupational health and safety, social skills, sexuality and human relationships.

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