From an article on the FASD Waterloo Region website: A shift in thinking is needed when working along side those diagnosed under FASD. Typical behaviour management strategies don’t work. Remember children diagnosed with FASD (most likely) won’t learn from consequences. Sending them to their room or taking away a privilege may give the caregiver immediate satisfaction or … Continue reading Day 32 of 99 Days to FASDay: Do Consequences Work with FASD?
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