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Adult Series - Overview - Life for adults with Down syndrome - an overview
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DOW71

DOW71

Adult Series - Overview - Life for adults with Down syndrome - an overview

A lifespan perspective, considering how experiences in the past and in the present will impact on choices, opportunities and development in the future. (2 x copies)
This book takes a lifespan perspective, and considers how experiences in the past and in the present will impact on choices, opportunities and development in the future. It shows how all aspects of the individual's life are linked together and that changes in one area may have an effect in another.

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Introduction

Introduction

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This is an introduction to the Down Syndrom Issues and Information series to help you find your away around the many modules.
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