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Children who were prenatally exposed to alcohol may have sustained brain injury that impacts their ability to learn and function at school, in their families, and in the community.
Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) frequently struggle with:
Students with FASD face challenges that put them at risk of failure. Teachers often feel powerless and overwhelmed.
The first step in helping these troubled students is to understand the nature of their disability. Deb Evensen offers consultation, training, and workshops for educators and other professionals.
Free DownloadsManual for teachers
This resource was designed to assist teachers and other educational professionals in helping students with an FASD overcome their neurobehavioral challenges so they can achieve their highest potential in the classroom.8 Magic Keys
These simple strategies can be a guide for teachers to help students with FASD improve their academic and behavioral performance.
Deb Evensen has been working in the field of FASD education for over 30 years. She is affiliated with NOFAS, the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. nofas.org