This article explores how slow processing speed can increase anxiety and how anxiety can affect processing speed. The article also provides some practical solutions that will help students with processing speed issues.
The Alberta Learning Series continues to provide excellent webcast learning opportunities. This Thursday, September 22nd, 9:00-10:30 (MDT) the webcast will be about the Wellness, Resiliency, and Partnership Projects (WRaP).
Further information and registration information is available at: Alberta Learning Series.
Canadian researchers are one step closer to uncovering a biomarker associated with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder after identifying distinct patterns associated with the DNA of children who were exposed to alcohol in the womb.
Here are nine great ways to support and show empathy for students with learning and attention stretches!
A recent study out of Australia looks athe the role the media plays in disseminating information about alcohol use, pregnany, and FASD. The study identifies ways to improve associated health messages.
A new pilot study looked at case reports to determine the prevalence of autism, number of children diagnosed with FASD and other demographic data and found that the prevalence of autism among those with FASD was higher than the prevalence of autism among the general Canadian population.
This FASDNews article discusses the many considerations around telling your child that they live with FASD.
This website provides some great, practical tips for helping children manage screen time, particularly as we move into summer holidays where they may be more likely to fill their day with television and computer time.