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1

Fetal alcohol exposure can cause 4 types of impairments.

Physical Appearance
Cognitive & Neurological Impairments
Behavioural Disturbances

2

What % of persons with FASD have ID?

40-50

3

Children lacking the facial features of FAS may be diagnosed as:

FAeffects or
pFAS (partial)

4

Children who only have neurodevelopmental abnormalities may be diagnosed as:

ARND
Alcohol related neurodevelopmental disorder

5

A term for all anomalies that are attributable to prenatal exposure to alcohol is:

ARBD
Alcohol related birth defects

6

Diagnostic Criteria for FAS (4)

Growth Retardation
Facial Features
Neurodevelopmental Challenges
Hx of maternal alcohol use

7

Memory deficits are prominent in FASD and may exist at the level of the:

Sensory Register

8

Persons with FASD have problems in the 3 areas RT memory

Storage
Retrieval
Spatial Memory deficit

9

4 Consequences of FASD experienced by children (4 all RT hyper)

Impulsivity
Hyperactivity
Distractibility
Difficulty Sustaining Attention

10

5 Facial Features of FASD

Short palpebral fissures
Indistinct philtrum
Micrognathia
Flat Midface
Thin upper lip

11

In typical Simpsonian loveliness we should remember that each person with FASD is:

Like all others with FASD
Like some others with FASD
Like no others with FASD

12

In children with FASD there is a need for (2)

Structure
Predictability

13

T/F Children with FASD deal well with changes in their environments/routines.

FALSE - Difficulty adapting to change

14

The use of ________ proves beneficial in working with children/families with FASD

Charts/Schedules

15

Because transition points are often difficult, children can be...

Prepared in advanced and given a signal indicating transition

16

3 Ways to help manage impulsiveness

-Cues and reminders
-Recognizing physical sensations of impulse
-Teaching self-talk to self-intervene

17

Distractibility & hyperactivity may be helped by: (5 -RHSQQ)

Removing sensory 'time bombs' (stimuli)
Short directions/instructions
Highlighting area of desired learning
Quiet periods/active periods alternate
Quiet place for overwhelming times

18

In working with children with FASD we should build learning around...

Their interests

19

A general approach to teaching social skills (3)

Model Expected Behaviour
Ask child to Practice Behaviour
Provide reinforcement/encouragement

20

Social skills important to learn are:

How to negotiate for what you want
How to accept criticism
How to show someone you like them
How to get attention in positive way
How to handle frustration/disappointment/fear
How to ignore a pest

21

T/F We should allow children with FASD to make mistakes in order to learn from them.

TRUE