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Gross Motor Skills for Children with Down Syndrome

A Guide for Parents and Professionals, Second Edition
Patricia C. Winders, P.T.




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isbn# 978-1-60613-009-4
2014
Paperback
7" x 10"
522 Pages
400 Photos


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"The new edition contains many pearls and practical suggestions, and includes a wealth of information designed to prepare the child for an active and fit lifestyle. The reader can easily find the section that characterizes a child's current level of motor abilities and follow the suggested activities. This is a book to read again and again, a few pages at a time or from cover to cover."
-Kim McConnell, M.D., neurodevelopmental pediatrician
Gillette Children's Hospital, St. Paul, MN

"Pat Winders has written yet another useful resource for parents and professionals. The 2nd edition provides explanations of essential gross motor skills children with Down syndrome need for optimal movement. Thank you for developing a resource that parents and professionals can continue to use to facilitate functional movement for children with Down syndrome. We will continue to share this valuable resource with our families in the Down Syndrome Center of Western Pennsylvania."
-Sheila Cannon, parent, developmental specialist, program coordinator
Down Syndrome Center of Western Pennsylvania
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

"This truly comprehensive guide efficiently shares a gradual step-by-step process to support and motivate the development of children. It provides parents a window to see their child today and a road map of critically timed skills, sequential strategies, and motivational techniques for a successful future."
-Kaylyn Keyes, parent

A review in Spanish by Dr. Jesús Flórez ...
"Deberá ir mostrando cómo desarrollar las habilidades motoras que necesitará cuando llegue a ser adolescente y adulto. Habrá de responder a vuestras preguntas sobre qué enseñar, por qué, cuándo y cómo habréis de ir enseñándole. Os proporcionará las herramientas necesarias para comprenderle y para interpretar sus manifestaciones, y también os dará métodos para ir practicando estas habilidades."
-Canal Down 21 -Revista Virtual Mayo 2014 – Número 156
Read the entire review reposted to the National Down Syndrome Congress's Spanish blog, blogenespanol.ndsccenter.org

 
   
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