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 What are the emotional needs of a child with Down Syndrome?

Answer The emotional needs of a child with Down Syndrome or any other disability are the same as any child-- to be loved, respected, cherished, to feel parents/caregivers are proud of them, and to feel sa... Read More »
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What are the emotional needs of a person who has Down syndrome?

Possibly so. If you have started puberty. Why are you having sex already? You need to grow and mature in mind, body, and soul before making such an important decision! Don't just let your "feelings... Read More »
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How likely is a sibling of a down syndrome child to have a child with down syndrome?

Can you compare a child with Down syndrome with another child having Down syndrome?

Special needs teacher should exhibit an attitude of manner relevent (sp) to the inidividual's needs; must have the power of feeling; a great disposition because people can usually sense a bad dispo... Read More »
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What is Emotional child abuse?

Emotional child abuse is defined as the constant attack of a child or youth by an adult that negatively affects the child or youth's self-worth. It is important to note here the word 'constant'. Wi... Read More »
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