Amazing Ebook, Down Syndrome Parenting 101 Author Natalie Hale This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Down Syndrome Parenting 101 , Essay By Natalie Hale Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You I am not the target audience for this book I sometimes work with children with Down syndrome, but am not the parent of a child with Down syndrome The author s tone is very conversational Dude It worked for her The metaphor about Down syndrome as a tightly buttoned yellow raincoat didn t, so much I love person first language, and believe that calling a child, a child with Down syndrome rather than a Down syndrome child transcends political correctness to convey an important idea, that of humanity first But is Down syndrome an incidental trait that can be unbuttoned Her insistence that all children with Down syndrome can learn to read presented as positive and hopeful, and I liked her explanation of how it changes the expectation of people around you.The factor that led to my not finishing the book w
This book is very good It has a lot of good information and advice for anyone caring for a child with disabilities, not just Down Syndrome I would recommend this book to anyone how has family with Down Syndrome. Their were some useful tips I had to skim the rest and return it to the library. I reviewed this book here Full of information and her style is engaging I will probably revisit the book through the years as we hit different stages. ok This book was an easy read and gave a good perspective to thought behind parent action I am not a parent but work with parents of children with Downs Syndrome I like the book. I liked the spirit of the book, but there was just too much New Agey stuff for me. This was such a helpful, wonderful book I wish someone would have given me this in the early days of parenting our sweet Addi Grace.
- 240 pages
- Down Syndrome Parenting 101
- Natalie Hale
- 07 February 2017 Natalie Hale