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Guidelines for Teachers - Junior/Primary School
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Guidelines for Teachers - Junior/Primary School

Guidelines on physical and medical characteristics, speech, language, behaviour, specific learning difficulties, occupational health and safety, social skills, sexuality and human relationships, for primary school.

This publication was produced by the Down Syndrome Society of South Australia Inc in 1999. It includes topics on physical and medical characteristics, speech, language, behaviour, specific learning difficulties, occupational health and safety, social skills, sexuality and human relationships.

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