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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)
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Definition: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a descriptive term (not a diagnostic term) used to describe a group of conditions or a range of effects caused by prenatal exposure to alcohol. These effects can include physical issues and difficulties with behavior and learning. Often, a person with an FASD has a combination of these conditions. These conditions can affect each person in different ways, and can range from mild to severe. The most well-known diagnosis within this umbrella category is Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) – which only represents a portion of persons with effects of prenatal alcohol exposure.
Online Learning Tips
Have you recently begun virtually supporting a students? Checkout the BrainSteps tips for online learning.
Online Learning for
Students with Brain Injury/FASD
FASD Prevalence and Effects
- 8 Magic Keys - Video
- Education and FASD Toolkit
- Challenging Behavior and Executive Function Modules
- Level 2 Brain Injury Training Modules
- Family Colorado PSA
- Little Girl Colorado PSA
- Happy Hour Colorado PSA
- Mother and Son Colorado PSA
- Parent Resources
- Educator Resources
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