A photograph of a child with Down syndrome

The Reading and Language Intervention for Children with Down Syndrome (RLI) offers educators a targeted, evidence-based approach to support the development of reading and language skills in children with Down syndrome aged from 5 years.

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PowerPoint presentation by a young adult with Down syndrome

A selection from a presentation read by David in English at the Luxembourg Symposium on Inclusion, 15 March, 2003.

de Graaf, E, and de Graaf, D. (2003) PowerPoint presentation by a young adult with Down syndrome. Down Syndrome News and Update, 3(1), 6-7. doi:10.3104/essays.205

A selection from a presentation read by David in English at the Luxembourg Symposium on Inclusion, 15 March, 2003. In the next issue (DSNU Volume 3 Issue 2), Erik de Graaf will describe how he and David worked on this presentation. doi:10.3104/dsupdate.225

A photograph of a child with Down syndrome

See and Learn Language and Reading is a structured teaching programme that is designed to teach children with Down syndrome to talk and to read. The programme is evidence-based and easy to use at home and at school.

Designed for children with Down syndrome. Available as apps or printed kits.

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