Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Support, Training, Advocacy, and Resources
Teresa Kellerman and her son John offer a unique workshop experience tailored to meet your needs. Training is available on all aspects of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, including community awareness, prevention, and intervention. Schedule a training today!
New Workshop for Parents and Caregivers:
FASD Magical Mystery Tour
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Custom tailored training to meet the needs of your organization or group!
Choose any combination of the following:
Suggested Agenda for All-Day Training
9:00 Welcome and Introductions
9:15 The Faces of FASD: "Baby Mine" Slide Show
9:30 Impact on the Family: From Infancy to Adulthood
10:00 PowerPoint Presentation Part 1: Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
10:30 PowerPoint Presentation Part 2: Understanding Prenatal Alcohol's Impact on Behavior
Noon Lunch Break "Pandora's Box: A Magical Story of Hope"
1:00 Video “Colette’s Story”
1:15 PowerPoint Presentation Part 3: Intervention Strategy Guidelines
2:30 Screening, Referral, Resources
2:45 Questions and Answers
3:00 Interactive Exercises: What It’s Like to Have FASD
FAS Simulation Test and/or
FASD and Central Auditory Processing Disorder
3:15 Problem Solving Workshop (small group break out)
Factors that affect behavior - Case study of child's problem behaviors and/or
Solutions for the Community - Case study of birth mother's dilemma
3:30 Skit "This is the Baby that Lisa Had"
3:55 Feedback Evaluations
4:00 Certificates and Dismissal
Sample Training Outlines
"Absence of Malice"
A Presentation on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) for Judges, Lawyers, Social Workers, Teachers, Law Enforcement Officers, Probation Officers, and Psychologists in Education, Drug Courts, the Justice System, and Child Protective Services.
"Looking Up the River"
Used for Statewide FAS Conference
in Arizona: www.fasarizona.com
A presentation on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and the impact on the individual, the family, and the community, with a focus on prevention of alcohol related disorders and prevention of the secondary disabilities associated with FAS and FASD.
Three Levels of Prevention
Primary (general public)
Secondary (women with substance abuse)
Tertiary (individuals already affected)
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FAS Community Resource Center