Could it be FASD?
Brochure that describes the physical and cognitive effects present in FASD people. See this link for brochure.
Education: This guide provides teachers with targeted strategies to meet the multi-faceted needs of students living with FASD.
FASD is a brain-based condition
Source: POPFASD (Canada) https://www.fasdoutreach.ca
Caregiver Guide to Diagnosis – CanFASD: Download
Information for Police
Support Worker Tips
Oranga Tamariki Practice Centre on FASD: https://practice.orangatamariki.govt.nz/previous-practice-centre/knowledge-base-practice-frameworks/fetal-alcohol-spectrum-disorder/
In Saskatchewan Canada, a group of dedicated parents came together to form the FASD Network (the Network) in response to the lack of services available for families impacted by FASD https://www.saskfasdnetwork.ca
FASD free online training NZ – https://www.tepou.co.nz/disability-workforce/fetal-alcohol-spectrum-disorder-fasd/239Brain, behaviour and criminal justice
Brain, behaviour and criminal justice – Safe and Effective Justice Jan 2020: “Identifying a brain injury or developmental difference isn’t about making excuses for bad behaviour, but a better understanding will help us target more effective interventions to those who need it – especially at younger ages.”
NOFASD Australia has launched the Australian Foundations in FASD online training course, Australia’s newest, evidence-based FASD course. Funding for the project, came through the National Disability Insurance Scheme and supported by the Australian Government, Department of Health, through their support of the NOFASD website. The Collaboration means the course is FREE! You can watch the 45 second introduction video here or enrol now via the NOFASD Website.
Relevant Website Links
Fetal Alcohol Network NZ website
Fact sheets on FASD and strategies
A Canadian website focused on primary prevention strategies
A Centre specializing in FASD assessments and family resources
A pot-pouri of everything you ever wanted to know about FASD from advocate Theresa Kellerman
A website of FASD family advocates for worldwide connection and prevention
A peer reviewed journal of FASD research
The National Organisation for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in the UK (affiliated to NOFAS USA)
The University of Washington Fetal Alcohol Drug Unit
Canada FASD Research Network – Know FASD
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