Helping a child reach his or her developmental potential is always a challenge. Families raising children with FASD can face many additional obstacles. Help is available. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities has developed evidence-based interventions to address some of the core deficits commonly experienced by children with FASD: self-regulation, executive functioning, social skills, and math skills. In conjunction with CDC, NOFAS has published the Hope for Children Living with FASD brochure describing these scientifically valid and proven interventions and how to access them.
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To receive one free copy of the brochure, please contact NOFAS. Mention “Hope for Children Brochure” on the subject line and include your postal address.