1. FASD is an umbrella term for the range of effects that can occur due to maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy which may create physical, cognitive, behavioral, as well as learning/language deficits. It is NOT a clinical diagnosis. Please list at least 3 CURRENT terms under the FASD umbrella.
2. Name at least 3 characteristics of infants/toddlers with alcohol related deficits.
3. Since behavioral problems become more pronounced during the school years, many researchers found that the primary deficit of school aged children with FASD is in the area of ____________
4. Finish the following sentence: adolescents with FASD have significant DIFFICULTY LEARNING FROM _______
5. Why is early detection of alcohol related deficits important?
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3 thoughts on “SLP Trivia Night: Round Three”
1) Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) with Confirmed Maternal Alcohol Exposure , Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) without Confirmed Maternal Alcohol Exposure, Partial Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (PFAS) with Confirmed Maternal Alcohol Exposure
2) difficulty sleeping, Weak Sucking Reflex, poor gross/ fine motor control
4) past experiences
5) early detection is important so learning styles may be tailored to their needs and so that all persons involved in the child’s education are aware of their needs.
1. Partial Fetal-Alcohol Syndrome, Fetal Alcohol Effect, and Alcohol-Related Birth Defects
2. Wide-set eyes, thin upper lip, and microcephaly.
3. Attention deficits.
4. large, overstimulating environments.
5. It helps to prevent secondary disabilities.
1. Fetal alcohol syndrom, alcohol related neurodevelopmental disorders, fetal alcohol effects
2. physical, mental, behavioral disability.
3. focus, concentration
4. right from wrong
5. To develop social, educational and life skills to allow the individual to achieve their highest potential.