Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and Other Hands-on Learners, Second EditionDeAnna Horstmeier Ph.D.Woodbine House / 2016 / Trade Paperback$19.49 Retail:
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Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and other Hands-on Learners: Strategies and Materials, 2nd Edition. features practical instruction, including general teaching strategies plus topic-specific ideas for prenumber concepts, number sense, counting, whole number addition & subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, money, and other real-world math concepts necessary for daily life. Skill chapters all have pre-/post-checklists that help guide teachers in knowing what students should be able to do once they've mastered the skills in that chapter. An informal assessment at the beginning of the book is provided for diagnostic purposes for key skills (not all skills taught in this book are covered in the assessment) and is primarily given in a game format. Detailed appendices include numerous worksheets, manipulatives, and game items. 371 pages, indexed, softcover.
Babies with Down Syndrome : A New Parents' Guide, Third EditionSusan J. SkallerupWoodbine House / 2008 / Trade Paperback$17.06 Retail:
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Covering medical care, daily care, family life, development, early intervention, learning, and legal rights, Babies with Down Syndrome is a concise guide to every aspect of your child's well being from birth through age 5. Paperback.
Gifts 2 : How People with Down Syndrome Enrich the WorldKathryn Lynard SoperWoodbine House / 2009 / Trade Paperback$19.76 Retail:
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Encompassing a broad range of perspectives on Down syndrome, Gifts 2 includes more than seventy inspirational essays from family, friends, teachers, coaches, and medical professionals who recount the gifts - acceptance, courage, friendship, awareness, and joy - they receive from knowing and caring for someone with Down syndrome.
Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents & Professions, Second Ed.Libby KuminWoodbine House / 2003 / Trade Paperback$25.16 Retail:
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Children with Down syndrome have a wide range of speech and language abilities, and most need the help of a speech-language pathologist (SLP) beginning at birth to maximize communication development. Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome explains the role of a SLP, the stages of communication development, and how certain characteristics of Down syndrome, such as low muscle tone, hearing loss, and cognitive delays, can slow progression of those skills. Delays can lead to frustration and other problems for children who do not have intelligible speech until age 2 or later.
Throughout the new edition, the author incorporates the latest research on Down syndrome and communication development. She has added new chapters on augmentative and alternative communication and other high- and low-tech supplemental communication options, as well as articulation, and literacy (how reading aids in the learning of language, speech, and auditory skills). New checklists on evaluating and treating speech problems, and numerous home activities designed to help children master each stage of communication development have also been added.
What would you do if you were told your child would be born different...very different? When Sara and Jacob get the news that their baby will be born with Down syndrome, it threatens to destroy their marriage and their lives. Their world spins out of control sending each of them each on separate paths of self-discovery and Jacob into the life of a boy with Down syndrome named Alex who is a master pianist and changes both their lives.
They discover that their baby wasn't created by mistake but in fact by design. John 9:1-3 As Jesus was walking along, he saw a man who had been blind from birth. "Rabbi," his disciples asked him, "why was this man born blind? Was it because of his own sins or his parents' sins?" "It was not because of his sins or his parents' sins," Jesus answered. "This happened so the power of God could be seen in him.
Upside Down: How a Girl with Down Syndrome Changed a Man, a Family, and a CommunityMarv LoucksInnovo Publishing LLC / 2014 / Trade Paperback$14.19
THEN - Follow along with the author as she learns, at only four months pregnant, that the baby she is carrying has severe heart defects and Down syndrome. Step with her into the delivery room, the hospital rooms, the operating rooms, and into her heart; into her life. Watch as her child touches the lives of everyone around her. Read along with Douglas King, MD, a prominent children's cardiologist, as he discusses the intricacies of Jenessa's heart defects and surgeries. Enter into the neonatal world of care with Georgia Ditzenberger, a dedicated neonatal nurse practitioner, as she articulates Jenessa's earliest days. Journey with the mother through the first three years of Jenessa's miraculous life.
NOW - The original Jenessa's Journey has been edited and added to, bringing you forward into Jenessa's family life eleven years (and four new siblings) later. Meet her sister and two brothers, who also have Down syndrome, and her sister from West Africa. Hear from her older brother. Listen as her father shares his biggest pet peeve. Learn about homeschooling children with special needs. Watch as God weaves together a family full of love, joy, and abounding strength. Jenessa's Journey: Then and Now, is a valuable tool not only for parents, friends, and families of children with disabilities, but for doctors, nurses, and students as well.
Same Lake, Different Boat: Coming Alongside People Touched by DisabilityStephanie O. HubachP & R Publishing / Trade Paperback$9.49 Retail:
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When the church attempts to function without all of its parts, the body of Christ becomes disabled. Same Lake, Different Boat is a transformational work---designed to renew our minds to think biblically about disability in order that our lives, our relationships, and our congregations might wholly reflect Christ.
Stephanie O. Hubach (M.A., Economics) and her husband Fred lead the disability ministry at Reformed Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Ephrata, Pennsylvania. They have been married since 1983 and have two sons: Fred and Tim, who has Down syndrome. Stephanie has served as chairperson of the Lancaster County MH/MR Advisory Board, as a board member of the ARC of Lancaster County, as board president of the Infant Evaluation Program in Centre County, and as a member of the Lancaster County Respite Coalition. She currently serves as chair of the Lancaster Christian Council on Disability. Stephanie frequently speaks at conferences, special events, and churches.
Theology and Down Syndrome: Reimagining Disability in Late ModernityAmos YongBaylor University Press / Trade Paperback$49.94Availability: In StockStock No: WW580060
While the struggle for disability rights has transformed secular ethics and public policy, traditional Christian teaching has been slow to account for disability in its theological imagination. Amos Yong crafts both a theology of disability and a theology informed by disability. The result is a Christian theology that not only connects with our present social, medical, and scientific understanding of disability but also one that empowers a set of best practices appropriate to our late modern context.
This wonderful fullcolor board book features adorable babies and toddlers with Down syndrome eating spaghetti, sharing, playing ball, and more.
This Little Light of Mine: A Woman with Down Syndrome Shines Brightly in the World, PaperbackRosemary HeddensWestBow Press / 2012 / Trade Paperback$16.19 Retail:
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This Little Light of Mine: A Woman with Down Syndrome Shines Brightly in the World, HardcoverRosemary HeddensWestBow Press / 2012 / Hardcover$17.99 Retail:
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Freedom of the Heart: A Journey Back to Innocence Through the Eyes of a Young Adult with Down SyndromeAna AgostiniWestBow Press / 2012 / Trade Paperback$12.74Availability: In StockStock No: WW771072
A Special Mother Is Born: Parents Share How God Called Them to the Extraordinary Vocation of Parenting a Special Needs ChildLeticia VelasquezWestBow Press / 2011 / Trade Paperback$21.20Availability: In StockStock No: WW724161
Gifts: Mothers Reflect on How Children with Down Syndrome Enrich Their Lives 2nd EditionWoodbine House / 2017 / Trade Paperback$19.76 Retail:
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Gifts is the much-loved collection of over sixty essays written by mothers who share their truths about raising children with Down syndrome. Powerful when it was first published in 2006 and powerful now, it affirms over and over that a life with an extra chromosome is one worth living.
This commemorative 10th anniversary edition of Gifts includes new personal stories to reflect contemporary mothers' experiences with the latest prenatal tests and intervention trends, as well as updates on many of the children and families featured in the first edition.
Gifts, 10th Anniversary Edition serves as a source of up-to-date, positive, and honest insight that is too often missing when facing a diagnosis of Down syndrome.
As a parent of a child diagnosed with Down syndrome, you may be feeling unsure of what to do next or where your child's journey will take you. In this book, authors Jen Jacob and Mardra Sikora share their experiences and guide you through life with Ds with expert advice from diagnosis to adulthood. Each page teaches you ways to support your child through major milestones; nurture their development; and ensure that they succeed behaviorally, socially, and cognitively. You'll also find valuable information on:
- Sharing the news with loved ones
- Transitioning into primary school
- Developing your child's social skills
- Discussing future opportunities, including employment and housing options
With The Parent's Guide to Down Syndrome, you will have the tools you need to raise a happy, healthy, and thriving child.
Third edition of comprehensive resource on fine motor development offers strategies & activities to improve daily living skills. Covers sensory issues, skills for computer & cell phone use, and more.
Freedom of the Heart: A Journey Back to Innocence through the Eyes of a Young Adult with Down Syndrome - eBookAna AgostiniWestBow Press / 2012 / ePub$5.88 Retail:
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This Little Light of Mine: A woman with Down syndrome shines brightly in the world, eBookRosemary HeddensWestBow Press / 2012 / ePub$3.19 Retail:
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The Parent's Guide to Down Syndrome: Advice, Information, Inspiration, and Support for Raising Your Child from Diagnosis through Adulthood - eBookJen Jacob, Mardra SikoraWestBow Press / 2015 / ePub$10.995 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews