FASD and Praise (Part 1 of 4) – The Correct Way to Praise

FASD and Praise: The Correct Way to Praise FASD and Praise can be a real challenge for about 70% of kids with FASD. Here’s a quick introduction on re-orienting how you can praise a child with FASD or developmental trauma and minimize the arguments, rejection and melt-downs. It’s the basis or foundation for building self-esteem, … Read moreFASD and Praise (Part 1 of 4) – The Correct Way to Praise

An FASD Sandwich: 3 Tips to Avoid Post-Holiday FASD Stress

Ahhh… the Holidays I’m really enjoying the time off from work and school. Even with the stress of the holidays, it’s been nice to relax and read and write and just fix leftovers and let the kid sleep late. We don’t have to get to school on time—much less make sure homework is done, drive … Read moreAn FASD Sandwich: 3 Tips to Avoid Post-Holiday FASD Stress

FASD Elephant™ #012a: Getting Back to Ready Hand-out

Download the Getting Back to Ready Hand-out by Clicking Here This is a supplementary hand-out that outlines all the information provided in Podcast #012 (FASD School Intervention: Getting Back to Ready). You may download this from the website, rss feed, or through your podcast player (e.g., iTunes). This is a great hand-out for your child’s … Read moreFASD Elephant™ #012a: Getting Back to Ready Hand-out