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Artículos sobre síndrome de Down


Se recogen aquí los articulos encontrados en diferentes publicaciones periódicas tanto del panorama nacional como internacional recogidos en el SID.

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Does the well-being of individuals with down syndrome and dementia improve when using life story books and rummage boxes?: A randomized single case series experiment
Crook, Nicola

Background This study investigated whether a personalized life story book and rummage box enhanced well-being and led to changes in behaviour for people with Down ...

2016
Exploring parental perspectives of participation in children with Down Syndrome
Lyons, Renal , Brennan, Sara , Carroll, Clare

The everyday lives of children with disabilities are not well understood, with few studies exploring how participation in everyday life is conceptualized and given...

2016
Prosodic skills in children with Down syndrome and in typically developing children
Zampini, Laura

Background: Many studies have analysed language development in children with Down syndrome to understand better the nature of their linguistic delays and the reaso...

2016
Reading comprehension in children with Down syndrome
Laws, Glynis , Brown, Heather , Main, Elizabeth

Two studies aimed to investigate the reading comprehension abilities of 14 readers with Down syndrome aged 6 years 8 months to 13 years relative to those of typica...

2016
Obstacle crossing in 7-9-year-old children with Down syndrome
Chen, H.L. , Yu, W.H. , Yeh, H.C.

This study aimed to investigate obstacle crossing in 7-9-year-old children with Down syndrome (DS). Fifteen children with DS, age- and gender-matched with 15 typic...

2016
Parents’ translations of child gesture facilitate word learning in children with autism, down syndrome and typical development
Dimitrova, Nevena , Özçaliskan, Seyda , Adamson, Lauren B.

Typically-developing (TD) children frequently refer to objects uniquely in gesture. Parents translate these gestures into words, facilitating children’s acquisitio...

2016
Recall memory in children with Down syndrome and typically developing peers matched on developmental age
Milojevich, H. , Lukowski, A.

BackgroundWhereas research has indicated that children with Down syndrome (DS) imitate demonstrated actions over short delays, it is presently unknown whethe...

2016
Sleep problems and associated comorbidities among adults with Down syndrome
Esbensen, Anna J.

BackgroundSleep problems, including sleep apnoea and behavioural sleep disturbances, are common among adults with Down syndrome (DS). Despite a preliminary u...

2016
Test-retest reliability and minimal detectable change scores of twelve functional fitness tests in adults with Down syndrome
Boer, P.H, , Moss, S.J.

Aim: The purpose of the study was to explore the test-retest reliability and minimal detectable change of selected functional fitness test items in adults with Dow...

2016
Will General Practitioners be adequately prepared to meet the complexities of enhanced dementia screening for people with learning disabilities and Down syndrome: key considerations
Rowe, Michelle

This article provides a timely response in regard to the Department of Health's current initiative to financially reward GPs to prioritise and undertake dementia s...

2016
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