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PowerPoint modules used in the FASEout Project are provided for your use in training. FASEout presentations have speaking notes and we encourage you to adapt this material for your own use. Additional presentations are included for informational purposes only. All presentations require a familiarity with the subject, and we thank you in advance for crediting the authors.

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Best Practices
Prepared by Andrea Podruski, former FASEout Project Coordinator, Ottawa

This PowerPoint provides an overview of Best Practice Statements (Health Canada, 2001) based on scientific evidence and/or on the perspectives of consumers, expert practitioners and educators. Best Practice Statements were developed for prevention, identification and intervention. This PowerPoint includes an introduction to the FASEout Implementation Guide, as well as the goals and objectives of the FASEout project.

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Implementation Guide
Prepared by Diana Fox and Andrea Podruski, FASEout Project Coordinators, Ottawa

The purpose of the Implementation Guide is to assist organizations in developing an action plan for the steps needed to fully implement the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Best Practices in prevention, diagnosis and intervention.
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Alcohol Use and Pregnancy
Prepared by Diana Fox, FASEout Project Coordinator, Ottawa

This PowerPoint outlines the determinants of health (Population Health Branch, Health Canada), an alcohol risk assessment scale, alcohol assessment screening tools (T-ACE, TWEAC), and Stages of Changes model.

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Alcohol Use and Pregnancy and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Prepared by Diana Fox, FASEout Project Coordinator, Ottawa

This PowerPoint outlines the potential effects of alcohol on fetal development, FASD diagnostic terms, a diagnostic process, primary disabilities and strategies to increase success for individuals with FASD.

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Who Wants to Prevent FASD?
Authored by Gina Iacobucci, Camilla Najgebauer, Lauren Vera, Shannon Dowler
(University of Ottawa Nursing Students 2006)

A short quiz on alcohol use and pregnancy and FASD.

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Authored by Gina Iacobucci, Camilla Najgebauer, Lauren Vera, Shannon Dowler (University of Ottawa Nursing Students 2006)

A brief presentation used to raise awareness of alcohol use and pregnancy and FASD.

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Authored by Dr Brenda Stade, St Michael’s Hospital, Toronto

This PowerPoint provides an overview of FASD etiology, diagnostic criteria, differential diagnosis, primary disabilities and interventions (medical, neuro-developmental, psycho-social).

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Assessment & Strategies
Authored by Dr Brenda Stade, St Michael’s Hospital, Toronto

This PowerPoint provides information on early identification and assessment, diagnostic guidelines and assessment (screening, rationale for early diagnosis), and cognitive, behavioral, social development and nutrition of children, birth to age 6 years (issues and strategies, focus on families).

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Secondary Disabilities and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Authored by Dr Brenda Stade, St Michael’s Hospital, Toronto

This PowerPoint provides an introduction to secondary disabilities, describes the difference between primary and secondary disabilities and the potential impact of FASD on individuals. It also provides a series of interventions: diagnosis, psycho-social, learning, facilitating job success, facilitating independence and strategies for success, and six strategies for teaching individuals with FASD.

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FASD and Secondary Effects: Longitudinal Study Conducted by Dr Anne Streissguth, Washington, D.C.
Prepared by Diana Fox, FASEout Project Coordinator, Ottawa

This PowerPoint provides an overview of Dr Anne Streissguth’s 1996 longitudinal study of 415 individuals diagnosed with an FASD. Secondary disabilities include: mental health problems, disrupted school experiences, easily victimized, trouble with the law, inappropriate sexual behaviour, alcohol and drug problems, problems with employment and living independently. Factors which lower the risks of secondary disabilities are also outlined.

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FASD and Education: An Ontario Perspective
Authored by Mary K. Cunningham, Consultant, Kitchener

Part I: Educational Success for Students with FASD: FASD 101 for Educators; What FASD Looks Like at School; Brain Damage = Behaviour; How Secondary Effects Develop; Success for Students with FASD


Part II: Advocating Successfully within the School System: Advocacy and Advocates; Parent and School Relationships; Getting a Diagnosis of FASD; FASD Has NO Special Ed category!; Emphasize the Positive; Strategies for Successful Education
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FASD and Homelessness: A Reality Check
The absence of housing is the absence of everything
Authored by Tina Antrobus and Jan Lutke, Consultants, British Columbia

This PowerPoint outlines supports that help ensure stable housing, challenges of managing daily living and the 7 S’s of Supportive Housing.

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A Canadian Institute of Child Health Project