FASD 1-page Resources for Clinicians

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FASD 1-Page Resources for Clinicians

 
This section provides clinicians access to a series of 1-page resources and educational handouts to support lifelong care and reinforce the positive health outcomes that are possible for individuals with a FASD.

FASD 1-page Resources for Pediatric Clinicians

These 1-page resources provide pediatric clinicians information on the assessment and identification of facial dysmorphia associated with FASDs and the recognition and care for neurodevelopmental and neurobehavioral effects of prenatal alcohol exposure. 


Developmental and Behavioral Effects of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure – This resource provides information regarding neurodevelopmental/behavioral concerns and care management strategies for FASDs.

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Dysmorphic Facial Features of FASDs – This resource provides a brief overview of the three sentinel facial features relevant to FASDs. 


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FASD 1-page Resources for Families and Caregivers

These 1-page informational resources were designed as handouts that pediatric clinicians may provide to parents and caregivers. They include basic information about FASDs and the referral and evaluation processes when further testing is necessary. 

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The Basics of FASDs: Information for Families This fact sheet breaks down the basics of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs) to give families what they need to know about caring for a child that has one of these disorders.

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Diagnosing FASDs: What Families Need to Know Diagnosing a FASD can be a lengthy, complicated process. This handout explains the process in clear, plain language for families.

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Flyers and Educational Handouts

Access educational handouts that reinforce the health outcomes that are possible for people living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. These one-page handouts can be shared with clinicians to reinforce the role of the primary care pediatrician in the early identification and care of children living with the lifelong effects of prenatal alcohol exposure. ​

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Prenatal exposure to alcohol may cause physical, behavioral and learning problems that start in utero.

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ADHD or Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders? That's a great question to be asking yourself.

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ADHD or Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders? That's a great question to be asking yourself.


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Diagnose a child with these behavioral symptoms: impaired learning/encoding, social communication problems, attention deficits, distractibility.

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The ABDs of FASDs  All children are at risk and should be screened; Behavioral health interventions last a lifetime; Clinicians can work with patients/families to improve outcomes.

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These educational handouts/flyers were developed under the auspices of cooperative agreements # 5U58DD000587-05 and NU38OT000167 between the American Academy of Pediatrics, the University of California San Diego, the University of Wisconsin, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Their contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the University of California San Diego, the University of Wisconsin, or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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