2 edition of National Seminar on Problems of Handicapped Children and their Families found in the catalog.
National Seminar on Problems of Handicapped Children and their Families
National Seminar on Problems of Handicapped Children and their Families (1981 Lahore, Pakistan)
|Other titles||Souvenir, National Seminar on Problems of Handicapped Children and their Families.|
|Statement||organized by National Society for Mentally and Emotionally Handicapped Children in collaboration with Pakistan Society for Mentally Retarded Children and Lahore Mental Health Association.|
|Contributions||National Society for Mentally and Emotionally Handicapped Children (Pakistan), Pakistan Society for Mentally Retarded Children., Lahore Mental Health Association.|
|LC Classifications||HV890.P18 N35 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||74, 20 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||84930051|
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