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Overview - An overview of the development of infants with Down syndrome (0-5 years)
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Overview - An overview of the development of infants with Down syndrome (0-5 years)

An introduction to the development of infants with Down syndrome, drawing on the latest research. (2 x copies in stock)

This publication offers an introduction to the development of infants with Down syndrome. Drawing on the latest research and extensive practical experience, it examines many aspects of development during the early years. Presented in an accessible format, it is a useful reference for families and professionals caring for young children with Down syndrome.

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