Children who have been prenatally exposed to drugs, particularly alcohol, can have significant challenges with learning and behavior. When parents or foster caregivers understand the underlying causes and the impact on the brain from prenatal exposure, they can develop therapeutic parenting and teaching strategies that allow both parent and child to experience success!

Presented by Kari Fletcher, an adoptive parent of two children with FASD and a foster parent for 16 years. She previously served as a trainer and local resource for families for the Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. She provides one-on-one support to adoptive parents in Minnesota, and has trained across Minnesota and nationally on FASD. 2013.

Time: 1.5 hours; certificate of attendance available upon request

Fee: $15 members / $20 nonmembers

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Categories: Disabilities & Challenges, Parenting, Parenting Strategies, Training

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