When we start with #strengths, everyone benefits. A strengths-based approach helps us build stronger connections with the children we support. When we build on the
Chandler-Mather, N., Betts, J., Donovan, C., Shelton, D. & Dawe, S. (2023) Understanding the impacts of childhood adversity on sleep problems in children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: A comparison of cumulative
McLachlan, K., Flannigan, K., Temple, V., Unsworth, K. and Cook, J.L. (2020), Difficulties in Daily Living Experienced by Adolescents, Transition-Aged Youth, and Adults With Fetal
We invite you to explore the thought-provoking articles and insights contained in this special double issue. They inspire us to think critically, challenge the status
By Jodi Lundmark The Chronicle-Journal Retrieved from https://www.chroniclejournal.com/news/local/people-with-fasd-not-suffering-victims-event-hears/article_4aa11170-6fba-11ee-b1fe-57962523a463.html Myles Himmelreich grew up knowing he had fetal alcohol spectrum disorder but didn’t understand what it meant.
Pham, L.N.H., Lee, A.K., Estes, A., Dager, S., Hemingway, S.J., Thorne, J.C. et al. (2023) Comparing narrative storytelling ability in individuals with autism and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. International Journal of Language & Communication