Time to learn

Australia, 1988

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Episode of Series “Early Intervention Series”.
This program is for all professionals who come into contact with young children with multiple disabilities. The issues explored are: The Impact of the diagnosis at birth. The impact of delayed diagnosis. The importance of the relationship between the child, parent and professionals. How therapists work with families. * Difficult behaviours. Family Stress. Respite care.

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Victoria. Office of Intellectual Disability Services. Early Intervention Resource Unit



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