Tuesday’s Tips: Story Telling

Some children and youth with FASD may have significant memory problems. They may not recall what they are asked to tell or have the language

Tuesday’s Tips: Ownership

Ownership is an abstract concept. How does a child know that a toy placed in a room with no one else around belongs to anyone?

Tuesday’s Tips: Time

The internal structure of time, which may be missing in individuals with FASD, is what directs us through the day. For children and youth with FASD,

Tuesday’s Tips: Communication

While many children and youth with FASD develop a large vocabulary, they often have issues with both receptive and expressive language. This means they often have

Tuesday’s Tips: Impulse Control

Many children with FASD may be hyperactive and either have or mimic ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) behaviour (i.e. fidgeting, cannot sit still, excessive talking).

Tuesday’s Tips: What We See, What We Think, What’s Really Going On!

What We See: Noncompliance (Not obeying rules). What We Think: Doing it purposely, attention seeking, stubborn. What’s REALLY Going On: Difficulty translating verbal directions into action, does not

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