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Shelly And Her Bunny By Heather Condon
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Shelly And Her Bunny is a predictable book which helps children read and gain sight word vocabulary. A sight word is any word that is known by a reader automatically. Sight words are the basis behind... More > the whole-word approach to reading education. Children are also predominantly visual learners and can therefore learn to read more effectively using sight words and the whole-word approach.Scientific studies have also shown that children with learning difficulties such as Dyslexia, Autism or Down syndrome are also visual learners, and therefore also read words as pictures. In learning to read via the sight words, readers begin to understand that a word represents a 'thing'.This includes pronunciation help. This book is fun to read and teaches a very important lesson. A lesson parent's would want their children to know. Find out what the surprise ending/ lesson is!< Less
Kristen Grows Up By Jill Appleheimer, MSW, CYT
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Based upon the author's 25 years of personal experience as the proud sibling of a young woman with Down Syndrome and her professional knowledge as an MSW this charming and helpful book is an... More > essential resource for young women with developmental disabilities who are approaching or at the age of puberty. The anecdotal format focuses on the abilities and talents of the main character and creates positive associations to soothe and comfort during what can be a confusing and challenging time in a child's development. The vibrant, adorable and colorful illustrations are suitable for young women who may not be able to read and can be used as a guide to empower the child for greater independence in terms of their own health and wellness care. This book can be used by schools, psychologists, social workers, doctors, parents and caretakers. "Kristen Grows Up" was inspired by a very special young woman in the hopes that it will support, comfort and empower other special young women.< Less
Shelly And Her Bunny By Heather Condon
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Shelly And Her Bunny is a predictable book which helps children read and gain sight word vocabulary. A sight word is any word that is known by a reader automatically. Sight words are the basis behind... More > the whole-word approach to reading education. Children are also predominantly visual learners and can therefore learn to read more effectively using sight words and the whole-word approach.Scientific studies have also shown that children with learning difficulties such as Dyslexia, Autism or Down syndrome are also visual learners, and therefore also read words as pictures. In learning to read via the sight words, readers begin to understand that a word represents a 'thing'.This includes pronunciation help. This book is fun to read and teaches a very important lesson. A lesson parent's would want their children to know. Find out what the surprise ending/ lesson is!< Less
Rhythmic Revolution By James Paul aka Pablo
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An original collection of 50 free verse, contemporary poems penned to bridge divides of class and culture through lyrical introspection. “Rhythmic Revolution” taps into sources from the... More > eclectic and elemental to the cultic and controversial, to paint lyrical portraits that remind the wealthy of the plight of the poor, the healthy of the demise of the sick, and the privileged of the woes of the disenfranchised. “Poetic Justice” exposes overt racism and proposes a revolutionary response. “The Moribund Café” shines a sobering light on war veterans dispatched to wither and die in asylums and hospices. The anguish of parents whose infant is diagnosed with Down’s syndrome is poignantly captured in “A Rose Unfurled”; and “Mount Oppression” elucidates the demise and redemption of victims of physical abuse. Let the revolution begin! Get your copy now!< Less
Rhythmic Revolution By James Paul aka Pablo
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An original collection of 50 free verse, contemporary poems penned to bridge divides of class and culture through lyrical introspection. “Rhythmic Revolution” taps into sources from the... More > eclectic and elemental to the cultic and controversial, to paint lyrical portraits that remind the wealthy of the plight of the poor, the healthy of the demise of the sick, and the privileged of the woes of the disenfranchised. “Poetic Justice” exposes overt racism and proposes a revolutionary response. “The Moribund Café” shines a sobering light on war veterans dispatched to wither and die in asylums and hospices. The anguish of parents whose infant is diagnosed with Down’s syndrome is poignantly captured in “A Rose Unfurled”; and “Mount Oppression” elucidates the demise and redemption of victims of physical abuse. Let the revolution begin! Get your copy now!< Less
HLT 312V Week 5 Complete Latest By Nic Klaus
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To get this tutorial follow this link: http://dodohelp.com/HLT-312V-Grand-Canyon/HLT-312V-Week-5-Complete-Latest HLT-312v Week 5 Discussion 1 Assess the ethical issues surrounding end-of-life... More > decisions. How has the living will affected medical response and why is this important for guiding end-of-life decisions? Should families be able to impact how and if a person's living will is carried out? Should parents have the right to choose to end the life of their child if the child has Down Syndrome? HLT-312v Week 5 Discussion 2 What would be the implications for society if physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia were legal in all states? What would be the benefits to the patient and what dangers would exist? HLT-312v Week 5 Assignment - Collaborative Learning Community: Health Disparities Among Diverse Populations< Less
Let's Clone It! By EN Heim
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An old man has nothing to look forward to in life but his aches and pains; he also suffers from his parent’s hand-me-downs genetics, peripheral-neuropathy and Alzheimer’s syndrome. He... More > finally goes to see his doctor, which he suggests go to a rehab center for cloning. Reluctant at first, Clay says, “Hell why not…I’m old, aging and there’s nothing for me to look forward to except heaven’s ‘pearly-gates’.” Over time, he gets the whole works―a new body. Now that he is totally re-created, he tries to avoid his mother’s mental degenerative situation, and takes the final step to have his brain remade. The outcome is risky, but he takes the chance anyway. What does he have to lose? Why did he do it? What else is there for an old man to do, but go on the final adventure of his life? Let’s Clone It is a humorous look at what is right and what can go wrong. Clay experienced it all.< Less
The Memorable Season: A Novel By Bob Bowen
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Sam Pennington is a former major leaguer who, at age seventy-two, retains the body of a forty-year-old. Sadly, Sam’s mind has not kept pace with his body. As his memory begins to slip, his fate... More > rests in the hands of his son, Jim, and Jim’s wife Lois. Sam and Jim have had their disagreements over the years, most notably due to GSG. Jim jokingly refers to the “Generation Skipping Gene”: a syndrome limiting his ability to play the sport his father loved. Jim was just never good enough to make it as a major league baseball player, but now, his son, Josh, has begun a promising career with Oakland A’s. With time running down, Sam and Jim need to patch up their differences and hopefully spend Sam’s golden years watching Josh become a star outfielder. This book speaks to the struggle of caring for an aging parent with compassion and dignity while embracing the beauty of sports and family. Jim and Sam come to realize, through the generational magic of baseball, it’s really how you play the game that counts.< Less
HLT 312V WEEK 5 COMPLETE LATEST By Jon Snow
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HLT 312V WEEK 5 COMPLETE LATEST Just Click on Below Link To Download This Course: URL= http://www.tutorialsexperts.us/product/hlt-312v-week-5-complete-latest/ Contact... More > US HELP@TUTORIALSEXPERTS.US HLT 312V Week 5 Complete Latest HLT-312v Week 5 Discussion 1 Assess the ethical issues surrounding end-of-life decisions. How has the living will affected medical response and why is this important for guiding end-of-life decisions? Should families be able to impact how and if a person’s living will is carried out? Should parents have the right to choose to end the life of their child if the child has Down Syndrome? HLT-312v Week 5 Discussion 2 What would be the implications for society if physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia were legal in all states? What would be the benefits to the patient and what dangers would exist? HLT-312v Week 5 Assignment – Collaborative Learning Community: Health Disparities Among Diverse Populations This is a CLC assignment.< Less

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