Who Has to Change? Trying Their Hardest, Doing Their Best!
Parents, teachers and support persons of individuals with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) are sometimes faced with episodes of extreme behavior. The first instinct we all follow is to use ‘common sense’ methods for controlling the disruptive behavior of any child.
In many ways, children with FASD think and learn in a different manner than "normal’ children. When a child with FASD acts out in some excessive or violent manner those of us who support them need to ask ourselves several questions.