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Adult Series - Families of Adults with Down syndrome
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Adult Series - Families of Adults with Down syndrome

Deals with the issues that face families as their members grow older. (2 x Copies)

This book deals with the issues that face families as their members grow older and the consequent adjustments that families make as they adapt to the changes in the individuals who comprise their family.

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