Learn about working with clients with FASD
at our December 7, 2017 Workshop. (and earn 5 CEU)
Do you find yourself wondering …
- Why does this client not improve?
- Why can she give me the right answers but can’t carry them out?
- Is something else going on besides ADHD, ODD, and OCD in this client?
- At 18, why is he acting like a 10-year-old?
With the latest FAS prevalence rates provided by the CDC of 1 in 20 children being born from an alcohol-exposed pregnancy, perhaps your client’s behaviors are due to the diffuse brain damage caused by prenatal alcohol exposure.
They might have FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders). Double ARC has a multi-disciplinary FAS Diagnostic Team to help.
This training will help you understand FASD. We will discuss cause, prevalence and behavioral presentation of FASD and will introduce basic strategies. Double ARC staff will assist participants in creating strategies and applying knowledge to their practice. Screening and brief interventions will be presented as a means of preventing FASD.
When: December 7, 2017 From 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Where: Regina Hall on the campus of Lourdes University
Who: Social Service Professionals, Education Professionals
Why: 1 in 20 children may be affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD), yet many are never diagnosed
Registration Fee: $75.00 for one social service professional, $70 each for 3 or more from the same agency, or $35.00 for social service students
Registration due: November 30,2017
CEU’s: Participants receive 5 CEUs
For more information or with question contact Bre Megyesi, MSW, LSW at 419.724.1354 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.