In this paper, we describe strategies for education children with FASD. Children with this diagnosis show great behavioral and learning difficulties. Traditional methods of education are the least successful. Children with FASD do not respond as well as typical children because they have organic changes in their brains due to PAE, and for some children, trauma is also a cause. They can learn, but they learn differently. They can behave in a regulated way, but they need external adult support to do so. If appropriate individual strategies are not used in the education of children with FASD, they fail. Therefore, we do not focus on the outward manifestations of behavior, but on understanding the inner needs of these children – the causes of the problematic behavior in question. Therefore, emotional support from adults is necessary, which helps the development of regulatory mechanisms in children with FASD. In particular, children with FASD need structure, emotional anchoring, and secure relational bonds.
EDUCATION OF CHILDREN WITH FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDERS- FASD