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About JoanJoan Guthrie Medlen, M.Ed, RD, LD focuses her diverse work on coaching people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and those who support them using practical tools. She is the author of the ground-breaking book, The Down Syndrome Nutrition Handbook, a popular internationally known speaker, and consultant in the areas of nutrition, wellness, and health literacy. For more information about Joan's work and tools she creates, visit www.DownSyndromeNutrition.com
Interested in having Joan speak or teach for your group?Visit Joan's website to learn more about her presentations.
Products by JoanDiscover Joan's many services and products on her website: http://www.downsyndromenutrition.com A sampling is listed below.
- Just booked my vacation at Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu's North Shore! Enjoy a special offer on me:… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 8 months ago
- I just uploaded “Reporting Abuse and Neglect of a Child in Care” to #Vimeo: vimeo.com/284544467 1 year ago
- I just uploaded “CAM-Workgroup3” to #Vimeo: vimeo.com/284544279 1 year ago
- RT @GDSFoundation: As the fate of a 10-year old girl with Down syndrome is decided – Global President and CEO Michelle Sie Whitten asks wil… 1 year ago
- Got my baby fix! Thanks NWDSA! instagram.com/p/Bh2bP_XHkDPH… 1 year ago
Tag Archives: communication
Now that I am finally, consistently, back on my feet and able to work after my accident, I’ve been focused on rebuilding my business. While recovering, I pondered whether I should seek traditional work (paid, scheduled, with benefits), or continue … Continue reading →
The holidays. Winter break. New Years. Change. For most families of school-aged children, it started this week. The most intense time of the school year: Winter Break. When my boys were in school, these two weeks were the hardest to … Continue reading →
The choices we make drive the direction of our lives and our health. Coaching people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) is driven by the choices people make. All sorts of people: the person with IDD, the people who provide support, the people they live with, family members, health care professionals, their friends. Continue reading →
This is the second part of a three part series of posts based on a quote from Linda Hodgdon’s book, Visual Strategies for Improving Communication: “Communication is 55% visual, 37 % vocal, and 7% verbal, or the actual message.” The … Continue reading →