There are lots of ways to help your child do better in school, from hiring tutors to discussing an Individualized Education Program (IEP) with your child’s teachers. The Education and FASD page of our website offers more resources and information that parents and educators can use to meet the needs of children with FASD. While it may be more challenging for your child to succeed in school, it is absolutely possible with the proper support from educators, physicians, and families.
For more information on this topic view this interview with adoptive mom Jennifer and her son Chris who has FASD.
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