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Memory Development - Memory development for individuals with Down syndrome
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DOW86

DOW86

Memory Development - Memory development for individuals with Down syndrome

Examines what is understood about memory development for children and teenagers with Down syndrome and its importance in relation to the development of other cognitive skills. (2 x copies in stock)

This book examines what is understood about memory development for children and teenagers with Down syndrome and its importance in relation to the development of other cognitive skills. It also discusses strategies and techniques that can assist with memory development in the classroom and at home.

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