Down Syndrome



Adolescents With Down Syndrome: Toward a More Fulfilling Life - Expanding the scope and depth of the classic The Young Person with Down Syndrome, the authors have incorporated significant scientific advances into their new volume on the issues that adolescents with this disability face. Written for health care professionals, psychologists, other developmental disabilities practitioners, educators, and parents, it covers biomedical concerns; behavioral, psychological, and psychiatric challenges; and education, employment, recreation, community, and legal concerns. Contributions from leading experts lend experience and perspective to this multidisciplinary resource.


Babies With Down Syndrome -The book that thousands of new parents and professionals have turned to as their first source of information on Down syndrome. This classic guide provides new parents with straightforward and compassionate advice and insight. It helps families become more confident in their ability to cope, to learn about their child's development, to know where to seek help, and to advocate for their child.

Bebes Con Sindrome De Down: Guia Para Padres - Recin se ha publicado, Bebs con sndrome de Down, libro, el cual miles de padres consultan como primera fuente de informacin en el sndrome de Down. Una traduccin cuidadosa de la edicin en ingls ha mantenido el contenido del libro y su estilo humanitario, hacindolo el primer libro en espaol en la Coleccin de Necesidades Especiales, nuestra aclamada serie sobre incapacidades.


Keys to Parenting a Child With Down's Syndrome (Barron's Parenting Keys) Concise, practical information is offered in this book. You will find guidance on many important issues. Easy to understand and read. The facts presented are definitely pertinent and necessary to know.


Medical & Surgical Care for Children With Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents (Topics in Down Syndrome) This guide eliminates the need for parents to scour medical texts and journals in search of information they can understand about their child's medical condition. Easy-to-read and well-organized, the book covers medical treatments and conditions-from heart disease to skin conditions-more common among children with Down syndrome.


Understanding Down Syndrome: An Introduction for Parents - Highly acclaimed when first published, this book has become an accepted introductory work for professionals as well as new parents. The author, internationally known as a leading authority on Down Syndrome, has updated and expanded his practical and sympathetic book to take account of recent advances in educational and developmental techniques and improvements in medical care.


Back to Top



General Pediatric Books
Parenting Children with Special Needs
Attention Deficit Disorder
Allergy & Asthma
BiPolar Disease
Brain Injury
Cerebral Palsy
Cystic Fibrosis
Down Syndrome
Multiple Sclerosis
Spina Bifida
Tourette Syndrome
Visual Impairments
Weight Management and Nutrition
Diabetes Supplies
HIV / AIDS Supplies

First Aid Supplies