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In the authors' view it is essential for the well-being and adjustment of children with Down syndrome that they are not denied friendships with others with disabilities as they grow up. Teaches children the prerequisite skills necessary to learn naturally from the environment, and puts them in touch with reinforcers in their environment so that learning can become meaningful and improve the quality of interactions.

Pages: 30

Publisher: Tilbury House Publishers (August 31, 2007)

ISBN: 0884482960

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