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Guidelines for Junior Primary and Primary Schools
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Guidelines for Junior Primary and Primary Schools

A general gudie for Junior Primary and Primary Schools about the characteristics and needs of children with Down syndrome.

This is a publication produced by the Down Syndrome Society of South Australia Inc in 1999. Topics covered in this publication include physical and medical characteristics, speech, language, behaviour, specific learning difficulties, occupational health and safety, social skills, sexuality and human relationships and duty of care.

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