Speech, language and cognition - update on implications for education and effective interventions
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Professor Sue Buckley discusses the importance of education on the speech, language and cognitive development of Down Syndrome children. Sue provides an in-depth developmental profile associated with Down Syndrome, specifically focusing on speech, vocabulary, grammar and reading. Sue also explores how this can be linked to curriculums in schools.
This lecture was part of the 'Progress for children with Down Syndrome: Health and education' event at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 20th November 2015
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