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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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Down Syndrome News and Update 2(4)

Teaching number to children with Down syndrome

Sue Buckley

Teaching number to children with Down syndrome - what do we need to know?

Buckley, S. (2003) Teaching number to children with Down syndrome. Down Syndrome News and Update, 2(4), 125-125.

Teaching language through reading to a child with Down syndrome

Honor Mangan

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Mangan, H. (2003) Teaching language through reading to a child with Down syndrome. Down Syndrome News and Update, 2(4), 143-144.

What do we know about the movement abilities of children with Down syndrome?

Ben Sacks, and Sue Buckley

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Sacks, B, and Buckley, S. (2003) What do we know about the movement abilities of children with Down syndrome?. Down Syndrome News and Update, 2(4), 131-141.

Language and literacy

Sue Buckley

Language and literacy - continuing to explore language and literacy issues

Buckley, S. (2003) Language and literacy. Down Syndrome News and Update, 2(4), 142-142.

Friendships in teenage years

Annette Bertram, and Sue Buckley

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Bertram, A, and Buckley, S. (2003) Friendships in teenage years. Down Syndrome News and Update, 2(4), 148-148.

Can children with Down syndrome learn more than one language?

Lorraine Sanda

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Sanda, L. (2003) Can children with Down syndrome learn more than one language?. Down Syndrome News and Update, 2(4), 145-145.

Bilingualism in children with Down syndrome in Germany

Etta Wilken

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Wilken, E. (2003) Bilingualism in children with Down syndrome in Germany. Down Syndrome News and Update, 2(4), 146-147.