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A guide for parents and caregivers to understand behaviour in a child with Down syndrome.
This publication was developed for the Down syndrome Society of South Australia Inc in 1999 and is a guide for parents and caregivers to understand behaviour in a child with Down syndrome. Topics covered include understanding behaviour, development and behaviour, other behavioural characteristics, family dynamics, behaviour management strategies, and specific problems.
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