1166d – Webinar – FASD – Strategies for Parents & Schools
This pre-recorded webinar on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder may meet requirements for child foster care licensing so please have your licensing worker review and confirm.
(August 2017) Parenting and teaching children with an FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder), can be challenging, especially if adults are using consequence based strategies that work for neuro-typical children. Barb will discuss strategies parents can use, and also that teachers can use in the schools. Join us to try to fill your toolbox with strategies on parenting and teaching children differently, rather than harder.
Barb Clark, B.A. attended the University of Minnesota and graduated with a B.A. in Youth Studies, Sociology and English. She has spent over 25 years working with at-risk youth in public schools and the non-profit sector. She worked in the Bloomington Public Schools for eight years as the Youth Development Manager and was integral in the development and implementation of three youth centers. Barb also was the Youth Initiatives Director at the National Youth Leadership Council based in St. Paul, Minnesota.
(1 hour, 24 minutes)