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Developmental Disability WA created this guide to provide parents and carers of children (and young adults) with FASD with useful information they can share with family members, teachers and principals. It aims to help family members and teachers work with children with FASD in optimal ways to

This section of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (USA) website has tools and information about FASD for educators.

In this video, Nate Sheets from Oregon Behavior Consultation shares six things teachers and school staff working with children with FASD should know.

Developed by the National Organisation for FASD (UK), this quick fact sheet provides tips for teachers to help students with FASD achieve their best.

This resource provides an explanation of FASD and its impact on the brain, as well as exploring behavioural patterns in students with FASD and strategies for designing classroom instruction and routines to support these students. Developed by Dr. Jacqueline Pei, Stephanie Hayes and Alethea Heudes.

Dan Dubovsky talks about the importance of looking for and utilising the incredible strengths students with FASD possess.

Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (NCCD) has produced this podcast to explore some common adjustments teachers can make in the classroom to support students with FASD. Features Christine Brooks (NOFASD Australia), Anne Russell (RFFADA), and Dr Dee Basaraba

This second edition acknowledges the role of complex trauma and its relationship to FASD, draws on new research about the effects of trauma on the developing brain, and presents new insights on the interrelatedness of trauma and FASD. Available as a free digital download.

This four-part module and additional resources are designed for school leadership teams to present to their staff. They examine how FASD impacts on learning and provide a range of strategies to support students with diverse learning needs.

"Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: What educators need to know" is a handbook produced by the NHS Ayrshire & Arran (2019). It aims to provide educators with a clear understanding of the needs of children and young people with FASD.