FASD

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FASDFetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
FASDFire Alarm Specialty Design (Connecticut)
FASDFoundation for Ambulance Service Development (Japan)
FASDFleetwood Area School District (Pennsylvania)
FASDFlorida Association for Staff Development
FASDFinnish Association of Sports for the Disabled
FASDFinnish Association of Securities Dealers
FASDFarrell Area School District (Pennsylvania)
FASDFlorida Association of Special Districts, Inc.
FASDFacilities and Services Department (PBGC)
FASDFibre Attached Storage Device
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The assessment of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder was based on four domains: growth, dysmorphology, neurodevelopment, and prenatal alcohol exposure--the latter being assessed by interviewing the mother in person or by telephone.
"They represent the most data-driven diagnostic criteria for fetal alcohol syndrome and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder produced to date."
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in South Africa: Situational and Gap Analysis.
Effects of a motor skill development program on neurocognitive function (NEPSY-II) in children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder [abstract].
Language impairments in children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. J Popul Ther Clin Pharmacol.
(3) Larry N Charcrand & Ella M Forbes-Chilibeck, "The Sentencing of Offenders with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome" (2003) 11 Health LJ 35: Kent Roach & Andrea Bailey, "The Relevance of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Canadian Criminal Law from Investigation to Sentencing" (2009) 42:1 UBC L Rev 1.
To help raise awareness of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, liquor stores, restaurants and bars now have to display FASD prevention signage.
Straightforward and comprehensive, it offers simple strategies for teaching individuals with exceptionalities including autism, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, mental health problems, behaviour issues, sensory impairments, giftedness and low-incidence disabilities.
“It is well known that Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is the most common type of developmental disability worldwide, some of the most important unanswered questions in the field are 'how much alcohol in pregnancy is too much?' or what is a 'safe' amount of alcohol consumption in pregnancy and can we remember information on how much we drink accurately,” says Dr.
The first person to identify and highlight the alarming prevalence of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) in South Africa and respond with groundbreaking prevention, awareness, and training programmes, Professor Denis Viljoen, has received an international award.
Nishnawbe Aski Nation Deputy Grand Chief Terry Waboose wants Ontario to develop an integrated provincial strategy for prevention and support services for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
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