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Title   Adult with Down Syndrome A New Challenge for Society 

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Author   RONDAL ET AL  ISBN   9781861563972  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Whurr Publishers  Group   Sci/Hum. View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Sociology  Terms and conditions
Edition   1/2004 Type   Go back
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Subject   Medical genetics 
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Synopsis The marked increase in life-expectancy in Down syndrome since the 1990s, although a very good sign in itself, raises important questions regarding the health issues, cognitive involution and social and professional inclusion of people with the condition. In this text, a large group of leading specialists have supplied a series of papers on many aspects of this issue, ranging from epidemiology, genetics, medical issues, Alzheimer's disease, cognition and language, to sexual behaviour and contraception, family issues, professional orientation and work experiences.This book should be of interest to physicians, psychologists, social workers and educators working in the field who wish to provide evidence-based interventions for persons with Down syndrome advancing in age.
Contents:
Epidemiology; genetic, biological, medical and pharmacological issues; cognition and language aspects; psychosocial, educational and professional aspects.

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