Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Maryssa fenwick

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is when a women drinks alcohol during pregnancy. It can cause many problems to the baby.
Fetal Alcohol syndrome has no cure or treatment. The physical defects and mental deficiencies typically persist for a lifetime. However, early intervention services can help reduce some of the affects of FAS and prevent some of the secondary disabilities that result.
Fetal Alcohol syndrome can be prevented by not drinking any alcohol during pregnancy. Do not drink if you are trying to get pregnant or think you may be pregnant.
There are many support groups for families and children that deal with fetal Alcohol syndrome. Some of those are, National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Families Moving Forward Program, FASD Trust, and many more.
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is a congenital disability. It is a learning and physical disability.
These are many things that can happen to a child with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
Students with fetal Alcohol syndrome need seating in the front of the classroom due to hearing and vision problems. Students may need to complete assignments or take tests in a separate room without distractions. They might need additional time to complete assignments, they also may need tutoring.





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