FASD for School Staff Level II is an advanced training course intended for all educators working with students with FASD including all administrators, teachers, educational
HOW DOES FASD AFFECT THIS AREA? Many individuals with FASD experience academic difficulties, which may reflect underlying difficulties or lack of exposure to consistent schooling.
Abstract Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a permanent neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by physical, mental, and learning disabilities. Despite variability, individuals with FASD consistently struggle
Background Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) experience a range of cognitive disabilities, including learning and intellectual disabilities. Therefore, they often require special education
Understanding FASD as a brain based disability requires that we shift our thinking about students’ behavior “won’t’ to “can’t” We need to change our thinking
Back to School #2: FASD In Educational Settings. Part 1 – Simon Laplante Simon Laplante is the Co-Chair of the CanFASD Family Advisory Committee and