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Daily Guide for Living: Parenting Children Affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Daily Guide for Living: Parenting Children Affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

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Complex problems such as FAS/FAE do not have simple and quick solutions. There is no single “right” way to parent a child with FAS/FAE. Each child is unique. Nor is there a need to “reinvent the wheel” in devising techniques to teach a child with FAS /FAE. By recognizing each child’s particular strengths and weaknesses, it becomes possible to devise ways of teaching and parenting that will allow him/her to be successful....
Complex problems such as FAS/FAE do not have simple and quick solutions. There is no single “right” way to parent a child with FAS/FAE. Each child is unique. Nor is there a need to “reinvent the wheel” in devising techniques to teach a child with FAS /FAE. By recognizing each child’s particular strengths and weaknesses, it becomes possible to devise ways of teaching and parenting that will allow him/her to be successful....

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FAS
Parenting Children Affectedby Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
 A Guide for Daily Living 
Ministry for Childrenand Families Edition
Ministry for Children and Families
 
A previous edition of this book, edited by Rana Shaskin, was published by the Society of Special Needs AdoptiveParents (SNAP) in 1994.Principal writer for this edition: Sara Graefe, Society of Special Needs Adoptive ParentsForewords by Ross Dawson, Ministry for Children and Families, and Dr. Julianne Conry, University of BritishColumbiaThis special MCF edition is based on the second, national edition, revised and expanded, published by SNAP in1998 in both official languages, in cooperation with the Adoption Council of Canada and with the support of QueenAlexandra Foundation for Children.Copyright acknowledgements follow the Bibliography.P
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). Copyright © 1999 by the Society of Special Needs Adoptive Parents (SNAP).Revised and updated by Sara Graefe, SNAPResearched by Elspeth Ross, Adoption Council of Canada, with the assistance of Carole Julien, Canadian Centrefor Substance Abuse, and Sara Graefe, SNAPDesign and layout by Sara Graefe, SNAPPublished by the Society of Special Needs Adoptive Parents in cooperation with the B.C. Ministry for Children andFamilies Child Protection Division.ISBN 0-9698617-5-3
To receive copies of this special Ministry for Children and Families (MCF) edition of the
ParentingChildren Affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: A Guide for Daily Living,
please contact:Warehouse Services724 Vanalman AvenueVictoria, British Columbia V8V 1X4CanadaPh. (250) 952-4563Fax (250) 952-4559Refer to document number MCF 089
For copies of the non MCF
Parenting Children Affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: A
 
Guide for Daily Living,
or forfurther information about FAS, please contact:
The Society of Special Needs Adoptive Parents
 
(SNAP)
Suite 1150, 409 Granville StreetVancouver, British Columbia V6C 1T2CanadaPh. (604) 687-3114, toll free (in BC) 1-800-663-7627Fax (604) 687-3364e-mail: snap@snap.bc.caweb: www.snap.bc.ca
Ce livret est aussi disponible en français. SVP contactez SNAP.
 
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