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Teaching a Student with FASD

Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) is an umbrella term representing the range of effects caused by prenatal alcohol exposure. Each student with FASD is individual and their learning difficulties and disabilities will depend on the extent of damage caused to the developing organs and brain. This damage results in difficulties for students in many areas of the curriculum in the acquisition of new information, linking new information to previously learned information and the practical application of knowledge gained.

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