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Supporting Feeding & Oral Development in Young Children - Guidelines for Parents
This is a booklet for parents on supporting feeding
This booklet was a joint project with Down Syndrome Ireland, Our Lady's Children Hospital Cumlin and Heart Children Ireland. It is guidelines for parents supporting feeding and oral development in young children with Down Syndrome, Congenital Heart Disease and feeding difficulties.
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