Practice Issues

David Deere, William J. Edwards, Dan Dubovsky, Leigh Tenkku Lepper. Individuals with FASD and the Courts: What Social Workers Need to Know.

Video: NOFAS Webinar (Dec 2018): FASD and the Role of Occupational Therapy

Webinar: A coach or navigator approach is a new model that is now increasingly used in pediatric health care contexts. This webinar will provide an overview of what a coach is and the current evidence that exists in the use of a coach for parents of children with disabilities. Three research projects funded by CHILD-BRIGHT that use a coach model at three transition points in a child’s development will also be highlighted. Read more here…

Forensic Scholars Today (Jan 11 2019) ‘Treating FASD with Play Therapy’ Vol.3 Issue 3.

Wartnik A and Brown J (30 January 2017) Volume 2, Issue 3 of Forensic Scholars Today: ‘Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and Competency to Stand Trial (CST) Case Law: A Need for Further Understanding and Research.’

The FASD Prevention Conversation: ‘Brief intervention in substance use with girls and women: 50 ideas for dialogue, skill building, and empowerment.’ Link to website here…

Sara McLean, Stewart McDougall and Vicki Russell (December 2014) ‘Supporting children living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders: Practice principles.’ AIFS  Read article here.

New Zealand – Orangi Tamariki

TED Talks – USA paediatrician Nadine Burke