Fetal death is the most extreme outcome from drinking alcohol during pregnancy. People with FAS can have problems with learning, memory, attention span, communication, vision, or hearing.
Input or taking in information Integration of new information with previous learning Output or ability to use information Individuals prenatally exposed to alcohol have difficulty with: Abstract Reasoning — The concepts are often meaningless as the brain is unable to process the concept.
Cause and Effect Reasoning — Consequences often do not shape future behavior. Past experiences and related consequences are not recalled at the point of engaging in similar behavior, which is often impulsive.
Generalization — What is understood or done in one setting does not automatically transfer to other similar settings.
When you change a piece of the routine for the individual, you have created an entirely new routine. Visual memory is often better.
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Adaptive Functioning — Independent living skills are delayed, or often never fully developed. Adjust Expectations Caregivers should adjust their expectations of the person with an FASD to the developmental stage they are at in that moment.
Some days they may seem to function well, and other days they will have frequent struggles. This is typical, but not intentional. Provide additional support when they become overwhelmed.
Learn to read the behaviors and intervene earlier.The Native American Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Collaborative is an initiative in development by the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS) .
Mar 20, · Meconium aspiration syndrome (MAS) is the aspiration of stained amniotic fluid, which can occur before, during, or immediately after birth.
Meconium is the first intestinal discharge from newborns, a viscous, dark-green substance composed of intestinal epithelial cells, lanugo, mucus, and intestinal.
This study included 60 children with fetal alcohol syndrome disorders (FASDs) who were to 5 years of age at time of enrollment.
Exclusion criteria included another developmental disorder, neurological disorder, traumatic brain injury, or other medical conditions affecting the brain. Alcohol consumption during pregnancy can interfere with both embryonic and fetal development, producing a wide range of outcomes that fall under the rubric of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).
FASD is the nondiagnostic umbrella term used to refer to the full range of effects that can occur following prenatal alcohol exposure.
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