CanFASD staff have recently put together a document for Caregivers of individuals with FASD, titled ‘How to Explain an FASD Diagnosis to your Child’. This
This guide is for parents, family members and carers who are worried about their child’s/ family member’s behaviour. For the sake of readability we will
“I Am Feeling Really Upset.” Routine charts encourage children to develop independence, the ability to follow instructions and a sense of achievement. They are particularly
Drinking while #pregnancy could expose your unborn #child to permanent brain damage and other disabilities. Choose to protect your child. #Pregnant? Do Not Drink!
If you have not seen these resources and modules please check them out! The FASD and Child Welfare Community of Practice is an interprovincial project
Parenting is usually based on well known methods such as: * time-outs * grounding *using consequences * discipline involving added work/chores * contracts/positive rewards *