What does this mean? It means that as children age, expectations increase. Because those with FASD clearly are not progressing at the same rate, they may become increasingly frustrated if expectations from caregivers, educators, professionals and families are not adjusted. Excessive frustration could lead to secondary disabilities. You can help by having strengths re-evaluated … Continue reading FASD Fact Friday
So important to remember. It took a very long time for me to wait patiently for my daughter to respond and then do.
Last week I finished a seven week webinar presented by an organization called Families Affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder or FAFASD. The webinar was for families and caregivers of people with FASD. I have taken many courses, read numerous books, and talked with others but believe I can always learn something new. It is … Continue reading 7 things I just learned about FASD