FASD Solutions: Education and Behavioral Strategies (60 min.)
Hosted by the Indian Health Services (IHS) TeleBehavioral Health Center of Excellence (2017)

Presented by Deb Evensen, MA, this webinar helps viewers understand how to identify neurologically driven behaviors and implement interventions to help students succeed.
This webinar describes how educators can identify changes in functioning in a student with FASD, evaluate and identify neurologically driven behaviors, determine a method of accessing student functioning as compared to accessing a neuro-typical student, and describe how to implement brain-based, developmentally appropriate interventions toward individual planning and student success. Deb Evensen is affiliated with the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS), Alaska.

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Credit / Sources

This training webinar was produced by by the Indian Health Services (IHS) TeleBehavioral Health Center of Excellence (2017). 

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