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DOWN SYNDROME RESEARCH & PRACTICE

AIMS AND SCOPE

Down Syndrome Research and Practice is a multi-disciplinary journal that publishes original research papers and review articles to assist the international scientific research community and to inform professionals and parents involved in the care of those with Down syndrome of the latest scientific knowledge and its implications for good practice.

Down Syndrome Research and Practice aims to disseminate research and good practice to researchers, practitioners and parents focusing on the development and education of children with Down syndrome and the well-being of their families. To this end we welcome contributions including original research papers, discussions of the implications of research for practice, descriptions and discussions of the influence of the law and social policy on practice and descriptions of innovations in service delivery.

We particularly invite contributions from teachers, speech and language and other therapists describing innovations in practice, including single case descriptions. We invite researchers to publish short papers drawing out the practical implications of research which may have been published in full elsewhere. As well as the main papers, Down Syndrome Research and Practice publishes an abstracts section, information on conferences and courses and book reviews.

We will be happy to advise whether your article, or other contribution, may be appropriate for the Journal. In the first instance, you should contact the Assistant Editor (email: dsr&p@downsnet.org ).

 

 

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