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Including Children with Down Syndrome in Early Childhood Care and Education Settings
Practical information and stratergies to support educators in their professional role of facilitating the development of a young child with Down syndrome.
This publication by Down Syndrome Ireland promotes the right of all children to live in an inclusive society and points to the benefits we all stand to gain from such inclusion.
NB: The library resources are available for ADSA library members to borrow. Unfortunately we do not sell direct to the general public.
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Learning Better Together - Working towards inclusive education in NZ Schools and DVD
A current perspective on inclusion as it is described in the research literature in education.
Tell someone is a DVD for people with a learning or intellectual disability in residential homes. It helps people learn more about their rights and how to get help when things go wrong.
Secondary School Transition Checklist
A checklist to aid the smooth transition of a student with Down syndrome to Secondary School.
Behaviour Management (Secondary Supplement)
This publication addresses key issues that often play a major role in the management of behaviour of the student with Down syndrome.
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