Parental Reports of Spoken Language Skills in Children With Down Syndrome
- PATTERNS OF CORRELATIONS FOR VARIOUS LANGUAGE MEASURES IN MOTHER-CHILD INTERACTIONS FOR NORMAL AND DOWN'S SYNDROME CHILDREN. Rondal, J.A. // Language & Speech;Jul-Sep78, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p242
Looks into the patterns of correlations for various language measures in mother-child interactions for normal and down's syndrome children. Assessment of the linguistic level of the children; Analysis of the quantitative aspects of the verbal interaction; Confirmation of the validity of MLU as a...
- Narrative language competence in children and adolescents with Down syndrome. Channell, Marie Moore; McDuffie, Andrea S.; Bullard, Lauren M.; Abbeduto, Leonard // Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience;Oct2015, Vol. 9, p1
This study was designed to examine the narrative language abilities of children and adolescents with Down syndrome (DS) in comparison to same-age peers with fragile X syndrome (FXS) and younger typically developing (TD) children matched by nonverbal cognitive ability levels. Participants...
- She's Got Spirit. // Girls' Life;Jun/Jul2002, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p14
Features the Trudeau Center cheerleading squad in Warwick, Rhode Island. Selection of girls with Down Syndrome to compose the squad; Number of members cheering for soccer games; Purpose of founder Nichole Magnifico in creating the group.
- My Friend, Reynolds. Kolkmeyer, Alexandra; Heinzel-Neel, Maggie // Mothering;Sep/Oct2000, Issue 102, p66
Explains the special bond between the author's child with Down's syndrome and their pet dog.
- Alex's phone call. Bittle, Doug // Exceptional Parent;Feb95, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p60
Recounts the experiences of the author's brother with down syndrome in school. Phone calls; Acceptance and encouragement from classmates; Transportation to and from school.
- My next door neighbor. Gove, Kathleen // Exceptional Parent;Feb96, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p68
Presents photographs and a ten-year-old girl's description of her best friend with Down's syndrome.
- A little man like everybody else only more so. McOscar, Gerald // National Catholic Reporter;5/19/95, Vol. 31 Issue 29, p16
Opinion. Imparts the author's memories of his late brother who had Down syndrome. Lack of self-consciousness; Likeness of differences with everyone else; Willingness to love.
- Disabilities news. // Mothering;Winter97, Issue 85, p32
Reports that October is Down's Syndrome Awareness Month in Matheny School in New Jersey. Acclaimed videotape of Joe and Susan Kotlinsk; Main goal of the program; Constructive actions to take for help, communication and reassurance recommended by the National Information Center for Children and...
- Where do we go from here? Holroyd, Nancy E. // Exceptional Parent;Sep95, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p54
Highlights the experiences of parents of a child with Down Syndrome, who wanted their child to be raised and educated with typical children. Selection of inclusive education; Evidence that the child could be successful in an inclusive setting with proper support.