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Reach to Teach: Educating Elementary and Middle School Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)

Reach to Teach: Educating Elementary and Middle School Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)

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This brochure provides a resource for parents and teachers to use in educating elementary and middle school children who are experiencing fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD). It discusses FASD in the classroom and strategies for improving school success and parent-teacher communication.

Pub id: SMA07-4222
Publication Date: 1/2007
Popularity: Not ranked
Format: Brochure
Audience: Educators, Parents & Caregivers, Women as Audience
Population Group: Children as Population Group, Adolescents as Population Group

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07/29/2012 8:43 PM

A Family Member/Friend of Someone Needing Help said:

Reach to Teach is such a vital resource. Please, please, please update it. It has been over 5 years. I order copies of this for my sons teachers at the beginning of each school year. PLEASE update the material. Thank you!

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12/14/2012 11:58 AM

A professional from a School/University said:

This is a fabulous resource for staff and parents. The information is clearly presented and easy to understand, which is very important when working with students and families who can be very frustrating to work with, until you realize what is going on and how to best manage these issues. Great book. Thanks!