Many people with FASD have no visible signs of prenatal exposure to alcohol, this makes them think they have other disorders or are poorly educated
Many boys and girls with problems of impulsivity, lack of social skills, learning problems and memory, are diagnosed as ADHD and the origin is prenatal exposure to alcohol.
It is essential to have a correct diagnosis.
The importance of education
It is essential that any adult involved with a child with FASD be informed of the disorder, know the implications and be able to apply the methods of follow-up and care he needs.
We need experts to help us determine how we can help our children.
Our children need an Individualized Education Plan, we need more intervention in schools, we need to individualize learning and have specific objectives.
We need professionals to care for and defend our children.