Supports for children and youth are most effective when they are relationally-based. Relationally-based supports benefit all children and youth, especially those living with FASD. Encouraging and supporting positive relationships with teachers, mentors, family and friends contributes to positive social experiences and opportunities for mentorship and modelling of appropriate behavior.
Supporting children and youth with FASD also begins with understanding FASD as a brain-based disability and a medical diagnosis, which ultimately informs strategies for successful interventions.
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