Educators play a pivotal role in determining whether children with FAS/FASD reach their maximum potential.
What is FASD? – Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) is an umbrella term for several diagnoses, all related to prenatal exposure to alcohol. Learn more
In 2009, the Regina Community Clinic & the Office of Literacy and Essential Skills received a grant from the federal Office of Literacy and Essential Skills to create a learning guide and assessment tools for adult learners with FASD. This literacy kit is for teachers who have experience teaching adults and are familiar with FASD. Learn more
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Tips for Elementary School Teachers(learn more)
FASD and Standard Interventions: Poor Fits? - FASCETS developed and tested a model providing a structure for linking research findings of FASD as a brain-based disorder with behavioral symptoms. (learn more)
Eight Magic Keys: Developing Successful Interventions for Students with FAS(learn more)
NOFAS - National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Comprehensive school-based FASD education and prevention curriculum for grades K-12 (learn more)