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DOWN SYNDROME RESEARCH & PRACTICE

CONTENTS - VOLUME 4


ISSUE 1

Language in adults with Down syndrome
Jean A. Rondal and Annick Comblain

The integration of children with Down syndrome in mainstream schools:Teacher knowledge, needs, attitudes and expectations
Heather Petty and Jane Sadler

A functional systems approach to understanding verbal-motor integration in individuals with Down syndrome
Romeo Chua, Ph.D., Daniel J. Weeks, Ph.D. and
Digby Elliott, Ph.D.

An action research study on the provision of training for special needs support assistants by a speech and language therapy department
Susan Dobson


ISSUE 2

Early intervention with children with Down syndrome - past and future issues
Claes Nilholm

Self-concept in children with Down syndrome
Monica Cuskelly and Inge de Jong

Raising a child with Down syndrome: parents' evaluations of health information and support
Linda Eaves, Helena Ho, Barbara Laird and Sheryl Dickson

The effects of a short training in the use of a rehearsal strategy on memory for words and pictures in children with Down syndrome
Glynis Laws, John MacDonald and Sue Buckley


ISSUE 3

Families of children with Down syndrome
Cliff C. Cunningham

Partnership and marriage in Down syndrome
Roy I. Brown

Classroom behaviour, language competence, and the acceptance of children with Down syndrome by their mainstream peers
Glynis Laws, Maura Taylor, Susan Bennie and Sue Buckley

Research on sleep problems and psychlogical function in children with Down syndrome: Implications for clinical practice and everyday care
Rebecca Stores and Gregory Stores


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