Research: Waving a Magic Wand

Jenna Pepper Kelly D Harding Celisse Bibr Shelley L Watson   Abstract Background and Objective: The purpose of this paper is to examine the experience of

KBHN supports early assessment tool to identify children at-risk for FASD

Receiving a fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) diagnosis isn’t easy. First, it requires confirmation of prenatal exposure to alcohol. If—and only if—this is confirmed, a

Children’s Healthcare Canada: Tips from AboutKidsHealth for a good night’s sleep

Adjusting to new schedules and routines can be hard. Children and teens may have different diets, habits and sleep routines now that they are in

Play in Early Childhood: The Role of Play in Any Setting

In this video, learn more about how play can foster children’s resilience to hardship, and how the complex interactions involved when children play help build

CanFASD Article Summary: Social perception in children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

Children with FASD are very social; they tend to seek out social interaction with others and start conversations. However, once engaged in a conversation, they

Drinking in pregnancy could affect children’s mental health

New research led by the University of Bristol has found children whose mothers drink during pregnancy could be at greater risk of mental health problems,

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