Neuropsychological Assessments of Dementia in Down Syndrome and Intellectual DisabilitiesTaschenbuchvon Vee P. PrasherEAN: 9781848002487Einband: Kartoniert / BroschiertSprache: EnglischSeiten: 232Abbildungen: 42 schw.-w. Abb., 11 schw.-w. Zeichn., 31 schw
Neuropsychological Assessments of Dementia in Down Syndrome and Intellectual DisabilitiesEinbandart: TaschenbuchFormat: 235x156x15 mmISBN-13: 9781848002487Isbn-10: 1848002483Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbhAuthor: Vee P. Prasher Veroeffentlichungsdatum: 2008Sp
Neuropsychological Assessments of Dementia in Down Syndrome and Intellectual Disabilities:2009. Auflage
Neuropsychological Assessments of Dementia in Down Syndrome and Intellectual Disabilities:Auflage 2009
This book reviews important neuropsychological measures currently used in the assessment of dementia by the principal clinicians and researchers associated with the test, offering practical guidance on each test along with an analysis of its limitations.A
Neuropsychological Assessments of Dementia in Down Syndrome and Intellectual Disabilities ab 84.99 EURO Auflage 2009
Neuropsychological Assessments of Dementia in Down Syndrome and Intellectual Disabilities ab 117.49 EURO 2nd ed. 2018.
Hansel & Gretel: A Fairy Tale with a Down Syndrome Twist is an enchanting tale about how kindness overcomes callousness and leads to a wondrous reward.This adaptation of the classic Grimms tale includes the wicked witch and the poor siblings in search of food, but in this case, five-year-old Hansel is amischievous, yet courageous, boy with Down syndrome. Young readers will learn that: Children with Down syndrome are capable and can achieve extraordinary success with determination. An act of kindness can transform people and the world. Treating people like family can create a miracle. People cannot be judged by appearance; a princess or a hero can be hidden within. Facing a challenge can lead to unimagined rewards. I love that this book addresses not only the low expectations that society has of kids with Down syndrome but that the Mother has as well. What a gifted author to see past the diagnosis and tell a magical story of potential and belief! --Nancy Gianni, Founder & Gigis Mom, GiGis Playhouse: Down Syndrome Achievement Centers I find that Jewel Kats message that someones disability is not what makes a person, a great one. I like how she portrayed Hansel. He reminded me of my nephew who had Down syndrome--not only someone who was kind but also very smart.I believe its a great book for every kid to read. --Janet McNevin,Museum of disABILITY History Hansel shines as a courageous boy with incredible determination despite his challenges and succeeds in changing his familys circumstances. This story would help young readers look beyond disabilities and focus on the characters of those who have special needs. Claudias breathtaking illustrations take this beloved tale to a whole new level.A must read for children of all ages. --Shaila Abdullah, author, My Friend Suhana: A Story of Friendship and Cerebral Palsy Learn more at www.JewelKats.com Book #5 in the Fairy Ability Tales Series Juvenile Fiction: Social Issues - Special Needs
This second edition of a successful book provides updated clinical and research knowledge, including information on the licensing of new antiepileptic drugs. All chapters are updated to reflect present accepted practice. New chapters highlighting the importance of the genetic aspects of epilepsy, nonpharmacological treatments, and the impact of epilepsy on families and carers have been added. Ongoing developments in the general population, which will more likely than not become relevant to the intellectually disabled population, are discussed. The impact of epilepsy on the person themselves and their carers is acknowledged, and person-centred treatment programs with a multifaceted team approach are proposed. This book is aimed at physicians and residents in neurology and pediatrics, as well as other practitioners working with this population, such as neuropsychologists. Epilepsy and Intellectual Disabilities, Second Edition is recommended reading for all those caring for this important group of individuals. Vee Prasher is a NHS Consultant in Intellectual Disabilities and visiting Professor of Neuropsychiatry. He qualified in 1985 from the University of Birmingham UK as a Medical Doctor. He initially did neurosurgery training, later general psychiatry, and finally specialised in the field of intellectual disability. He has been actively involved in research in intellectual disability, having published over 100 articles relating to people with intellectual disability. He has completed 3 post doctorate degrees in this field, MMedSc, MD, and PhD. As an editor or author he has published 10 textbooks. He has a recognised international reputation and has been involved in a number of international studies and reports highlighting health issues for persons with intellectual disability. Professor Mike Kerr studied medicine in Bristol (UK), General Practice in York and Psychiatry in Cardiff. He came to Wales in 1990. His clinical practice is in the epilepsies associated with learning disability and in the assessment and treatment of epilepsy and psychiatric disorder. He has been closely associated with initiatives in improving the public health of people with an intellectual disability including developing the Cardiff Health Check, which is used across England and Wales. Academically he has published widely on healthcare, epilepsy and intellectual disability and held research grants from many funding bodies. He is chair of the Advisory Board for Wales of Epilepsy Action, a trustee of Epilepsy Research UK and SUDEP ACTION. He is a medical advisor for the Rett Society, The Down Syndrome Association and SUDEP ACTION. He is a member of the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) commission on neuropsychiatric aspects of epilepsy and an editor of the Cochrane collaboration epilepsy group. He has been appointed as a clinical Champion for Wales. He has also been appointed as an Ambassador for Epilepsy by the ILAE and International Bureau for Epilepsy.
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