Recognise the signs and symptoms of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), understand how it is diagnosed and learn how to adapt support to the different needs of those with the neurodisability.
• What is FASD and how can it be recognised?
• Shifting thinking to the FASD paradigm
• Learn how the brain is affected and how that impacts on behaviour and mental wellbeing
• Recognising the different social and emotional needs of individuals with FASD
• Learn the differences in working effectively with this group to provide FASD-informed services and supports
Participants will be provided with the opportunity to:
• Participants will learn how to communicate effectively with individuals with FASD
• Learn how to provide appropriate supports and services
• Adopt methods to respond differently to emotional dysregulation associated with FASD
• Come to understand what are realistic expectations when working with FASD
• Consider ways to reduce stigma for birth mothers and individuals with FASD
Catering: Refreshments provided