Thursday, 22 November 2012

New on the library shelves

Down Syndrome NSW members can arrange to borrow items from the library by email, by calling the library on 9841 4410, or in person.  The librarian is available in the office on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

New books

The Boys’ Guide to Growing Up 
Terri Couwenhoven

The Girls’ Guide to Growing Up 
Terri Couwenhoven (2 extra copies now available)

Enabled Learning – Educating a Student with Down Syndrome in a Primary School Environment
Down Syndrome Association Queensland

Enabled Learning – Educating a Student with Down Syndrome in a Secondary School Environment

Down Syndrome Association Queensland

Beginning Reading: a balanced approach to literacy during the first three years at school 

Yola Center

Celia has Coeliac disease … and Shares Her Secrets 

Lisa Buchner

Chatter Challenge Stage 2: Children 18 months to 3 years. Speech and Language Resource Guide for Parents and Professionals. 

Georgina McCoyDown Syndrome South Australia

Healthy Eating: Eating Guidelines & Meal Planning

Down Syndrome South Australia

Mixed Signals: Understanding and Treating Your Child’s Sensory Processing Issues 

Mary Lashno

Try reading Again: How to Motivate and Teach Older Beginners, Age 10 and Up

DeAnna Horstmeier
 
Bloom: finding beauty in the unexpected 

Kelle Hampton

The facts of life… and More. Sexuality and Intimacy for People with Intellectual Disabilities

Leslie Walker-Hirsch 
 
New DVDs
Let the Journey Begin: A Documentary about the Independent Living Support Initiative Program

Down Syndrome NSW

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