By Cliff Cunningham
Already verified because the writer of the normal paintings for fogeys of Down Syndrome young ones, Cliff Cunningham has now produced the definitive learn during this box. functional and useful, its sympathetic and realizing strategy covers the entire questions mom and dad ask in regards to the reasons, features and prognosis of Down Syndrome and comprises the tricky matters round prenatal tests.
Cliff Cunningham bargains with the early reactions and emotions that oldsters could have and the way the relatives adapt and cope whilst a toddler is clinically determined. He explores the psychological, motor and social improvement of youngsters with Down Syndrome, from delivery to maturity. Cliff Cunningham has verified a research of over a hundred and sixty little ones born with Down Syndrome and their growth into maturity, the most important survey of its variety ever carried out.
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I work part time, term time only, in the local community resource centre café. Paul didn’t particularly enjoy secondary school due to being bullied and he left school early, returning only to take his GCSEs. He then took up employment locally and enjoyed an active social life with friends. I rarely saw him as his spare time was spent either out clubbing with friends, or in his room playing computer games, watching science ﬁction/fantasy ﬁlms or listening to music like most teenagers seem to. At the age of 8, Paul moved to live with a boyfriend and some other people he knew in Coventry and got an oﬃce job there.
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