FASD Fact #20: FASD informed programming adapts to its clients’ needs
An FASD informed professional approach “recognizes that to achieve positive outcomes, it is the system, program, and/or service providers who need to make modifications rather than the person with FASD.”
This includes programming and support that
a) is aware and informed about FASD,
b) makes person-centered accommodations, and
c) is strengths-based.
Source: Becoming FASD Informed: Strengthening Practice and Programs Working with Women with FASD. Subst Abuse. 2016;10(Suppl 1):13-20. Published 2016 May 8. doi:10.4137/SART.S34543