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A Day With Grandpa Keely-Shea Collar
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Size: 8.25" x 6"
Binding: Perfect Bound
The main charcter of this story, Julian, ia a six year old boy with Down Syndrome. He enjoys playing and spending time with his sister, Stacey Anne. He loves his Papa John and spending time with his family. His favorite food is chocolate and his favorite person in the entire world is his mom. He never lets Down Syndrome get him down and he never will. Quality educational programs, a stimulating home environment, good health care and positive support from family, friends and the community enable people with Down syndrome to lead fulfilling and productive lives. A few of the common physical traits of Down syndrome are: low muscle tone, small stature, an upward slant to the eyes, and a sing ...
Julian's Adventure Keely-Shea Collar
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The main charcter of this story, Julian, ia a six year old boy with Down Syndrome. He enjoys playing with his sister and spending time with his family. His favorite color is purple and his favorite thing in the entire world is riding horses. He never lets Down Syndrome get him down and he never will. Down syndrome is the most commonly occurring chromosomal condition. One in every 691 babies in the United States is born with Down syndrome – about 6,000 each year. People with Down syndrome attend school, work, participate in decisions that affect them, have meaningful relationships, vote and contribute to society in many wonderful ways.
Swimming Lessons Keely-Shea Collar
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The main charcter of this story, Julian, ia a six year old boy with Down Syndrome. His best friend Dylan is a six year old boy with Autim. They both love swimming and even more than that learning. They enjoy playing and spending time together. They love taking swim lessons togther so much that they plan on coming back to see their instructors again. Swimming is so fun and the water is amazing! Since the 1970s, public schools are required by law to provide a free and appropriate education to children with Down syndrome or any disability. This has lead to many individuals with Down syndrome grow up to hold jobs, live independently, and enjoy normal recreational activities. Autism greatly v ...