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
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?
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,
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
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).
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