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Mommy to L (6), J (4) and S (March 2013)
My favorite book on IEPs in the U.S. is
From Emotions to Advocacy.
I also like The Out-of-Sync Child.
I really liked
Early Communications Skills and Language for Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals by Dr. Libby Kumin
Nate does not have Ds but I saw it at the library and checked it out. It had a lot of GREAT speech information and communication support ideas for any child. It is organized by communication development stages and not by age. Just figure out where your child lands and work from there. There is big index in the back with web pages for more info and lists of children's book for language stimulation based on the skill you are working on (two words, manipulatives, predictable phrases, colors as well a books for specific speech sounds /p/, /b/, /th/, etc.)
Thanks everyone! I just placed an amazon order for a couple of these and will be heading to the library soon to check out the other two.