Ce document tente de fournir la somme des informations recueillies par l'auteur sur les aspects psychologiques touchant les personnes atteintes du syndrome de Down.
Author: David Gibson
Publisher: CUP Archive
Ce document tente de fournir la somme des informations recueillies par l'auteur sur les aspects psychologiques touchant les personnes atteintes du syndrome de Down. Il décrit alors le développement psychologique des individus, les caractéristiques de l'intelligence, une analyse comparative de la personnalité, l'adaptation sociale, les aptitudes que les personnes peuvent développer, le développement cognitif, le langage et la communication. Il termine en portant son regard particulièrement sur la modification de comportement.
Author: Jean-Adolphe Rondal, PhDPublish On: 2006-08-04
Prasher, V. (1996) Age-associated functional decline in adults with Down syndrome. EurJ Psychiatr, 10, 129–135. Pueschel, S. (1995a) Características
físicas de las personas con síndrome de Down. In J. Perera (ed.) Síndrome de
Author: Jean-Adolphe Rondal, PhD
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
People with Down Syndrome show a specific developmental profile with strengths in social understanding and visual learning and memory, and more difficulties with motor processes, speech and language, and auditory-vocal short-term memory. It is important that parents, practitioners and teachers know this and adapt interventions and educational approaches to take account of this particular profile. This is the only book to date that explains the developmental profile of people with Down Syndrome from its many different angles. It covers a range of perspectives, including the biology, psychology, speech and language, health care, and social competence of both children and adults with Down Syndrome. All the information is gathered and placed in the context of the neuro-genetic science that is developing around this area.
Author: Jean-Adolphe Rondal, PhDPublish On: 2007-04-04
Una experiencia en la isla de Mallorca. Siglo Cero. 24(3):15–24. Berry, P.,
Groeneweg, G., Gibson, D. and Brown, R.I. (1984). Mental development in adults
with Down syndrome. American Journal of Mental Deficiency. 89: 252–256.
Author: Jean-Adolphe Rondal, PhD
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Therapies and Rehabilitation in Down Syndrome covers the entire lifespan of a DS patient, from infancy to 60 years and beyond, focusing not simply on identifying problems, but providing a detailed look at major therapeutic approaches. Discussion includes future genetic therapy, questions of quality of life, hormone and other therapies for medical problems, prevention and treatment of normal and pathological aging, as well as psychomotoric rehabilitation. This is an important book not only for scientists concerned with various facets of DS, but practitioners looking for guidelines for therapies and clinical application of research findings.
(2004) Dental caries and salivary immunoglobulin A in Down syndrome children.
J Paediatr Child Health. Vol.40, pp. 530-533. Mariano, MPK; Krahembull, SMB &
Magalhães, MHCG. (1999) Alterações sistêmicas de interesse odontológico na ...
Author: Subrata Dey
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
This book provides a concise yet comprehensive source of current information on Down syndrome. Research workers, scientists, medical graduates and paediatricians will find it an excellent source for reference and review. This book focuses on exciting areas of research on prenatal diagnosis - Down syndrome screening after assisted reproduction techniques, noninvasive techniques, genetic counselling and ethical issues. Whilst aimed primarily at research worker on Down syndrome, we hope that the appeal of this book will extend beyond the narrow confines of academic interest and be of interest to a wider audience, especially parents and relatives of Down syndrome patients.
Ni ̃nos con S ́ındrome de Down y otros Problemas del Desarrollo, pp. 7–17.
Madrid: FEISD. Candel, I. (2003b). Propuestas de ... Dunst, C. J. (1990).
Sensorimotor development of infants with Down syndrome. In D. Cichetti & M.
Beeghly (eds.) ...
Author: Jean-Adolphe Rondal
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Down syndrome is one of the most commonly occurring developmental disorders and it is now possible to conceptualize and define opportunities for neurocognitive rehabilitation for those with the condition. This book describes how early cognitive intervention in children with Down syndrome can be carried out, and can reduce, or compensate for, the major deficits characteristic of the condition. This comprehensive account relates the neurocognitive approach to the major therapeutic endeavors in the neighboring fields of neurogenetics, experimental environmental enrichment, molecular genetics, pharmacology, pediatrics and cardiology for infants with Down syndrome. Neurocognitive Rehabilitation of Down Syndrome provides the guidance required to establish effective rehabilitation programs, and is essential reading for developmental clinicians, pediatricians, neuropsychologists and other health professionals.
Ce document propose les différents progrès concernant la recherche des causes ainsi que de la prévention du syndrome de Down, une des formes de déficience intellectuelle les plus connues.
Author: Felix F. De la Cruz
Category: Down syndrome
Ce document propose les différents progrès concernant la recherche des causes ainsi que de la prévention du syndrome de Down, une des formes de déficience intellectuelle les plus connues. Il est alors question de l'épidémiologie du syndrome de Down, incluant la fréquence ainsi que les grossesses à risques pour le développement d'une trisomie 21, des facteurs génétiques et de l'organisation génétique de cette aberration chromosomique.
People with Down syndrome can do a lot; this is the reality. We will share with you, in this book, stories from people with Down syndrome who have excelled in many areas and live lives like many other people who do not have Down syndrome.
Author: Qadoshyah Fish
Category: Down syndrome
People with Down syndrome can do a lot; this is the reality. We will share with you, in this book, stories from people with Down syndrome who have excelled in many areas and live lives like many other people who do not have Down syndrome. We will also share with you stories about those with Down syndrome who have had medical problems and issues to deal with, yet give joy to those they come in contact with. -- Preface.
Verbal imitation by Down syndrome and nonretarded children . American Journal
of Mental Deficiency , 85 , 318-321 . Rondal , J. A. ( 1980b ) . Une note sur la
théorie cognitive - motivationnelle d'Edward Zigler en matière de retard mental ...
Author: J. A. Rondal
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Is normal language acquisition possible in spite of serious intellectual impairment? The answer, it would appear, is positive. This book summarizes and discusses recent evidence in this respect.
Nancy shows us the blessing of an unexpected gift and the enormity of love." --Sara Byala, Ph.D. "This is a wonderful book to remind you that the joy of love is possible in unexpected places when you open your heart to it.
Author: Nancy M. Schwartz
Publisher: Modern History Press
Up, Not Down Syndrome is a love letter and a map. Experience how it feels to think your life is over after having an unlovable baby. At first the loss seems impossible to overcome. Alex becomes the author's greatest teacher. Love is stronger than fear. Everyone has gifts. The book consists of three parts: the story, the lessons Alex taught the writer and Alex's perspective. Up, Not Down Syndrome is a promise to stay positive, no matter what: up, not down. Nancy's journey gets to the core of what it is to be human: * Explore what it feels like to think life, as you know it, is over. * Discover the fierce love, joy and peace a baby diagnosed with Trisomy 21 (Down syndrome) brings. * Learn the lessons this child taught his mom. * Understand the gift this baby brings to our world. * Realize the depth of the love this family has for the child. "A beautiful, honest account of not just accepting--but embracing--the unknown. Nancy shows us the blessing of an unexpected gift and the enormity of love." --Sara Byala, Ph.D. "This is a wonderful book to remind you that the joy of love is possible in unexpected places when you open your heart to it." --Barbara Taylor Bowman, Irving B. Harris Professor of Child Development "A moving and wise story of how a family navigates through hope, loss, learning and, most of all, love." --Rabbi David Wolpe, author of David: The Divided Heart "The truth and beauty of Nancy Schwartz's words tell an ongoing story of love, learning and the power of acceptance. All can learn from this family's boundless hope and from their source of joy and strength: Alex." --April Beard, Music Educator and Cellist Learn more at www.UpNotDownBook.com From Modern History Press www.ModernHistoryPress.com
This groundbreaking book is written by the founding directors of the Adult Down Syndrome Center of Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois.
Author: Dennis Eugene McGuire
Category: Family & Relationships
MENTAL WELLNESS IN ADULTS WITH DOWN SYNDROME is an upbeat, thoroughly readable guide, providing parents, mental health professionals, teachers, and caregivers the keys to understanding how to promote mental wellness and resolve psychosocial problems in people with Down syndrome. This groundbreaking book is written by the founding directors of the Adult Down Syndrome Center of Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois. The authors draw on nearly 30 years of combined experi¬ence, treating more than 3,000 adolescents and adults with Down syndrome aged 12 to 83. The book clarifies what the common behavioral characteristics of Down syndrome are, how some can be mistaken for mental ill¬ness, and what bona fide mental health problems occur more commonly in people with Down syndrome. The first section offers a wealth of knowledge and insight about typical emotional and behavioral traits of teens and adults with Down syndrome. Topics include: Community & Family Support Self-Talk & Imaginary Friends Communication-Related Problems Memory Strengths & Deficits Emotional Development Tendencies Toward Sameness & Repetition Self-Esteem & Self-Image Lifespan Issues The second section on mental illness includes chapters on such conditions as Depression & Other Mood Disorders Anxiety Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Tic Disorders & Repetitive Movements AD/HD and Other Impulse Control Issues Autism Alzheimer Disease For each condition, the authors describe the prob¬lem signs, the diagnostic process, and a range of treatment options, such as counseling, behavioral therapy, and medication. Now, thanks to MENTAL WELLNESS, readers all over the world can pay a virtual visit to the Adult Down Syndrome Center and benefit from the insight and expertise of Drs. McGuire and Chicoine.
... Switzerland B. Bardoni, Institute of Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology,
CNRS-UMR6097, Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis, Valbonne, France P.V.
Belichenko, Department of Neurosciences, and Down Syndrome Center for
Down syndrome (DS) is the most common example of neurogenetic aneuploid disorder leading to mental retardation. In most cases, DS results from an extra copy of chromosome 21 (HSA21) producing deregulated gene expression in brain that gives raise to subnormal intellectual functioning. The topic of this volume is of broad interest for the neuroscience community, because it tackles the concept of neurogenomics, that is, how the genome as a whole contributes to a neurodevelopmental cognitive disorders, such as DS, and thus to the development, structure and function of the nervous system. This volume of Progress in Brain Research discusses comparative genomics, gene expression atlases of the brain, network genetics, engineered mouse models and applications to human and mouse behavioral and cognitive phenotypes. It brings together scientists of diverse backgrounds, by facilitating the integration of research directed at different levels of biological organization, and by highlighting translational research and the application of the existing scientific knowledge to develop improved DS treatments and cures. Leading authors review the state-of-the-art in their field of investigation and provide their views and perspectives for future research Chapters are extensively referenced to provide readers with a comprehensive list of resources on the topics covered All chapters include comprehensive background information and are written in a clear form that is also accessible to the non-specialist
This book is one in a series relating to adults with Down syndrome; as such it can
be read on its own or be linked with other ... Roy I Brown, Ph.D. Adult Series
Editor DSii-22-10-(en-gb) Advocacy and adults with Down syndrome Introduction
Author: Robin Jackson
Publisher: DSE Enterprises
Category: Down syndrome
Seeks to define advocacy, explore its origins and describe the various forms of advocacy that are on offer. This book presents a number of vignettes in order to illustrate how different forms of advocacy can benefit adults with Down syndrome. It examines ways in which advocacy can assist people with communication difficulties.
Providing a comprehensive survey of the clinical, educational, developmental, psychosocial, and transitional issues relevant to people with Down syndrome, this book addresses the needs of family members, caregivers, and professionals alike.
Author: William I. Cohen
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Health & Fitness
Providing a comprehensive survey of the clinical, educational, developmental, psychosocial, and transitional issues relevant to people with Down syndrome, this book addresses the needs of family members, caregivers, and professionals alike. Edited in association with the National Down Syndrome Society, this up-to-date treatment incorporates the newest developments concerning sexuality, inclusion, transition into adulthood, and legislation, as well as a discussion of the Human Genome Project and the sequencing of chromosome 21.
decades there have been two strongly changing influences on the prevalence of Down syndrome in Europe. One is the increasing average maternal age at
childbirth, the other the increasingly widespread use of prenatal screening ,
with the ...
Author: Mary Bowman-Kruhm, Ed.D.Publish On: 1999-12-15
Mary Bowman-Kruhm, Ed.D. The Need to Know Library Det NEW VA Everything
You Need to Know About Down Syndrome Mary Bowman - Kruhm , Ed.D. Kids
with Down syndrome are much like everyone else —. Front Cover.
Author: Mary Bowman-Kruhm, Ed.D.
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Examines causes of Down syndrome, new developments in medical treatment, and changes in attitudes toward people who have this condition.
Together with two accompanying DVDs illustrating teaching techniques and a CD of resources, the handbook offers teachers and teaching assistants the detailed guidance, assessment tools and example teaching materials needed to implement the ...
Author: Kelly Burgoyne
Publisher: Down Syndrome Education International
Category: Children with mental disabilities
The Reading and Language Intervention for Children with Down Syndrome (RLI) teaches language and literacy skills following evidence-based principles adapted to meet the children’s specific learning needs. It is designed for pupils with Down syndrome aged 5 to 11 years. The intervention is suitable for beginning readers through to those with reading ages up to 8 years and for students with a wide range of language abilities. Teaching is adapted to meet individual needs through initial assessments of skills and regular monitoring of progress. Together with two accompanying DVDs illustrating teaching techniques and a CD of resources, the handbook offers teachers and teaching assistants the detailed guidance, assessment tools and example teaching materials needed to implement the intervention.
According to news reporting out of Farmington, Connecticut, by NewsRx editors,
research stated, “Down syndrome (DS) is the leading ... Previously we have
shown alterations in N-methyl-D-aspartic acid (NMDA) receptors and
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