Reaching out to children with FAS/FAE: a handbook for teachers, counselors, and parents who work with children affected by fetal alcohol syndrome & fetal alcohol effects

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Center for Applied Research in Education, 1994 - Education - 192 pages
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A wealth of ready-to-use information & procedures for diagnosing, teaching, & parenting the FAS/FAE child. Included are detailed activities for working with FAS/FAE children, adolescents & adults ... & a special section packed with useful teaching, training & resource materials relating to fetal alcohol syndrome & effects.

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User Review  - Chantal Mcclelland - Goodreads

Interesting. Lots of practical strategies to help the FASD child. I wonder if it is not a little bit dated in terms of some tips. Read full review

Contents

The Child with FASFAE
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Confronting the Cause Alcoholism13
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Parenting a Child with FASFAE21
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About the author (1994)

Avital Ronell is a professor of German, comparative literature, and English at New York University, where she directs the Research in Trauma & Violence project. She is author of Dictations: On Haunted Writing, The Telephone Book, Crack Wars, Finitude's Score, Stupidity, and The Test Drive. Diane Davis is an associate professor of rhetoric at the University of Texas at Austin. She is the author of Breaking Up [at] Totality: A Rhetoric of Laughter.

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