The session is presented by a foster carer and her adoptive daughter and will provide an awareness and understanding of the impact of drinking alcohol during pregnancy, characteristics of FASD and provide information on the assessment and diagnostic process along with some practical tips and guidance.
Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a range of characteristics displayed by children who have been exposed to alcohol in-utero. Children may display a range of physical, cognitive, social or emotional disabilities which last a lifetime. Caring for children with FASD is challenging but awareness, education, early intervention and support will encourage the child’s early learning, self-esteem and readiness for life-long learning.
To book a place on this training course, please download and return the booking form. For further information, contact Joy Crawford, Learning and Development Co-ordinator.
Telephone: 0141 204 1400 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org