Pediatricians can be advocates for children, birth and foster families, and kinship caregivers by facilitating school-based interventions to help children with learning challenges related to Neurobehavioral Disorders Associated with Prenatal Alcohol Exposure (ND-PAE).
Educational Care for Children with Neurobehavioral Disorders Associated with Prenatal Alcohol Exposure
Pediatricians can identify a child who is failing or at risk for failure to progress academically and navigate and facilitate access to school-based supports. View this video or download a free one-page resource to learn more.
- Sample Letter of Medical Necessity for FASD
- View special education eligibility categories (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA))
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Resources for Educators Working Within Primary School Settings
- The Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) for Children With Special Educational Needs (AAP Clinical Report)
- The Pediatrician’s Role in Optimizing School Readiness (AAP Clinical Report)
- Prescribing Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy Services for Children With Disabilities (AAP Clinical Report)
- School-aged Children Who Are Not Progressing Academically: Considerations for Pediatricians (AAP Clinical Report)
- Center for Parent Information & Resources: The PARENT HUB
- In the Resource Library, Section on IDEA Part C and Part B https://www.parentcenterhub.org/resourcelibrary/index/i/i1/i15/
- FASD United (formerly NOFAS (www.nofas.org))
- Guide to FASD and learning
- Responding to the Unique Complexities of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
American Academy of Pediatrics