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DSM-5 Changes and FASD Explained by Dr. Lilley

DSM-5 and FASD Explained: Thank You POPFASD! Our friends at the Provincial Outreach Program for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (also known as POPFASD) just posted a video of Dr. Christine Lilley explaining the ins-and-outs of diagnosing a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) with the DSM-5 (the book that psychiatrists and psychologists use to diagnose mental […]

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Empathy and FASD

How to Start A Happy New Year for FASD

A Happy New Year Full of Empathy and Strength! Last night, I had a great dinner with a old friend. We hadn’t seen each other in quite a while though, and this morning I realized we’d drifted because I’ve avoided him. Whenever we’d chat over the past few years, he’d start giving unsolicited, unhelpful parenting […]

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Author Linda Rosenbaum shares insights with FASD Elephant

Powerful FASD Memoir: Interview with Linda Rosenbaum – FASD Elephant™ Podcast #019

Use this player (below) to listen to the podcast of Linda’s interview from your computer or mobile device. Use the icons (above) to share with others! Linda Rosenbaum Shares Her Insights as an FASD Caregiver in Not Exactly As Planned Hi and welcome to the December FASD Elephant Podcast! Linda Rosenbaum has written a new memoir titled Not […]

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FASD and Chores not done

FASD and Chores: A Few Ideas

FASD and Chores This is a basic look at what may have helped get a home chore completed. Everyone will have a different experience, but here are four things to consider when it comes to FASD and Chores: 1. Understanding the chore 2. Capacity or “juice” for the chore 3. Motivation for the chore 4. […]

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