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Evidence-Based Interventions Specific to Children With FASDs

 

Listed below are evidence-based intervention programs specific to managing and working with children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.

ProgramDescription
Math Interactive Learning Experience (MILE)The MILE program demonstrates the effectiveness of adaptive materials and tutoring methods to improve math knowledge and skills in children with FASDs.
Good BuddiesGood Buddies is a group program for children with FASDs and their parents shown to improve peer interactions, social skills, and parent understanding of FASD-related disabilities.
Parents and Children Together (PACT)PACT is a group program designed to improve behavior regulation skills, executive functioning, and parent effectiveness.
Families Moving Forward (FMF)The FMF program is a positive parenting intervention designed to help families raising children between 4 and 12 years old who have behavior problem and FASD (or were heavily alcohol exposed). The FMF program model is a behavioral consultation intervention that combines a positive behavior support  approach with motivational interviewing and other scientifically validated treatment techniques.
Language to Literacy ProgramThis classroom-based program provides instruction to improve receptive and expressive language skills as well as early literacy skills.
USFA Kids This is a computer-based program that teaches and reinforces basic safety skills.
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