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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Information




Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (3)
 

It can’t be fixed. It can’t be changed. Brain damage caused by FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders), such as learning disabilities, memory problems, and poor impulse control is permanent. But, you can make a difference by helping someone with FASD prevent or avoid disruptive school experiences, inappropriate sexual behavior, alcohol/drug problems, employment problems, or trouble with the law.

The online, self-directed Studies in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum certificate provides training with foundational theory on the disorder, and focuses on practical strategies and skills for those who provide care or guidance to individuals affected by FASD.

Classes offered: 4
Classes required for completion: 4
Mandatory Classes: 4
Certificate Price: $295.00
This Certificate is online.
Classes in this Certificate may be taken in any order.
All classes for this Certificate must be completed within 12 months of the first class start date.

Courses Available for this Certificate

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders 1 - Introduction and Overview (2200004): Mandatory
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders is a range (spectrum) of disorders caused by a fetus being exposed to alcohol in the mother’s womb. It is important to un ......(more)

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders 2 - Across the Lifespan (2200005): Mandatory
For individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spetrum Disorders (FASD), maturation is delayed. For any teen or young adult, life can be a roller coaster. An individual wit ......(more)

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders 3 - Medical and Social Systems (2200006): Mandatory
Early and correct diagnosis is critical for the success for individuals with FASD. To gain an understanding of the benefits of correct diagnosis, you must first ......(more)

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders 4 - Practical Strategies in Teaching or Working Environments (2200007): Mandatory
For parents, caregivers, or teachers, it can often be difficult to differentiate between the behaviors of those with Attention Deficit Disorders and those affec ......(more)

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