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Family Issues - Issues for families with children with Down syndrome
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Family Issues - Issues for families with children with Down syndrome

Examines issues for families with children with Down syndrome

This book examines issues for families with children with Down syndrome. Reviewing available research, the book examines potential difficulties and strategies for overcoming them.

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