Resource #383 - Independent living for people with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders
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Independent living for people with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders
Navigating the activities of daily living can be a challenge for persons with an FASD. This fact sheet describes these challenges and offers suggestions on how to ensure people with an FASD get the support they need to live independently.
2005
 
Electronic Only
RP0102
8.5" x 11"
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Resource Attributes
•   SAMHSA Other
•   Fact Sheet
•   FASD
•   Parenting
 
•   English
n/a
•   Children of Substance Abusers
•   Family & Friends
•   Parents / Caregivers
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