Broken Cord by Michael Dorris, Louise Erdrich; HarperCollins, 1997. Michael Dorris' story of his adopted son Adam, born with fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), explores the enormous scope of the disease and parallels one father's endless battle to overcome the problem.
Recognizing and Managing Children With Fetal Alcohol Syndrome/Fetal Alcohol Effects : A Guidebook by Brenda McCreight; Child Welfare League of America,1997.
Fantastic Antone Succeeds! : Experiences in Educating Children With Fetal Alcohol Syndrome by Judith Kleinfeld, Siobhan Wescott; University of Alaska Press, 1993. Stemming from a conference on educating children with FAS held in Fairbanks, Alaska, in 1991, these articles provide families, teachers, and parents with practical advice, and personal stories. Three themes emerge: negative stereotypes of FAS are misleading; early intervention and care make a big difference; and educational strategies are being developed.
The Challenge of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome : Overcoming Secondary Disabilities by Ann Pytkowicz Streissguth (Editor), Jonathan Kanter (Editor); Univ of Washington Press, 1997. Children of prenatal alcohol ; Development; Services for; Fetal alcohol syndrome; Complications; Pregnancy.
Reaching Out to Children With Fas/Fae : A Handbook for Teachers, Counselors, and Parents Who Live and Work With Children Affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome by Diane Davis; Center for Applied Research in Education, 1994. This important resource makes available a wealth of ready-to-use information and procedures for diagnosing, teaching, and parenting the child affected by FAS/FAE. Included are detailed activities for working with children, adolescents and adults affected by FAS/FAE ... and a special section packed with useful teaching, training and resource materials relating to fetal alcohol syndrome and effects.
My Name is Amanda and I have F.A.E.: A book for young children with
FAS/E (can be used as a coloring book and Dear World: We Have Fetal
Alcohol Syndrome: Experiences of Young Adults
(written by young adult "survivors")
Address for ordering:
FAS/E Support Network of B.C.
151 - 10090 152nd St., Suite #187,
Surrey, British Columbia Canada
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