Foetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD)
FASD is the leading cause of preventable birth defects and is caused by foetal exposure to alcohol during pregnancy. It can have a significant impact on the child’s development and their ability to learn. Consistent and accurate information on FASD is therefore essential for recognition and intervention for children with FASD.
- What FASD is and the impact on child development.
- The potential indicators of FASD that a child may present with.
- The multiple characteristics of FASD and the crossover in presentation with attachment difficulties.
- About the Primary and Secondary Framework for supporting children with FAS.
- Practical strategies to support children with FAS in the classroom and at home.
Course Date: TBC
Course Time: 12 – 2pm
Course format: 2 hour workshop
Cost: £30 per person
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