ABC News (Australia) –Advocates of FASD students in Qld schools push for more support, prevent future ‘in correctional services’ The Queensland government is being called upon to better recognise fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) as a disability in schools by a passionate researcher, with the support of parents, caregivers, and experienced health practitioners.
Category: Support Resources
FASD CAN Inc. (15 Dec 2020) Funding Boost A First For The Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Community. Scoop NZ.
FASD Ontario (July 2019) Parenting indigenous children: A Guide for non-indigenous carers. Health Nexus
Last Call: Real Stories of Alcohol’s Impact in Guelph, Wellington and Dufferin Counties, Canada
McRae T, Adams E, Clifton E et al (2 August 2019) ‘Overcoming the challenges of caring for a child with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum disorder: a Pilbara community perspective’. Rural and Remote Health
The Indigenous HealthInfoNet has a large list of resources which can be found at HealthInfoNet.
Suicide is one of the issues that need to be considered when supporting someone with FASD Read more349.55 KB
People with FASD are unable to generalise information310.9 KB. This means that it is difficultto take one piece of information and transfer that learning to another situation.
Behaviour is based in the way the brain operates and people who have been prenatally exposed to alcohol have an organic brain injury. Challenging behaviour250.84 KB can occur when the individual is trying to communicate that all is not right with their world.
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