It can be difficult to know when or how to talk to a person with FASD about their disability. In this podcast, we start a conversation that is only our perspective: tell us what *you* think! We also provide ideas on talking about FASD with family members, friends, and community members.

Skills List: http://www.oregonbehavior.com/skillslist

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Anxiety is very common in people with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) and other developmental disabilities. There are many reasons why it can happen, and there are many challenges to living with it every day. In this episode we talk about various aspects of anxiety, and how it can also impact caregivers. 

Tell us what your experience with anxiety is. Leave a message on Facebook! 

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Resource: The Whole Brain Child (http://www.drdansiegel.com/books/the_whole_brain_child)

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It can be difficult to support children with behavioral challenges in the school setting. In this episode, Jill and Nate go over some of the ideas that parents submitted to us online. We hope that you'll get some great ideas!

Thanks to all from the Shifting the Paradigm Facebook group for your suggestions!

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In this episode, we meet Jill Snell, our new co-host! 

The neurobehavior model of challenging behavior is a new way to interpret behaviors. In this episode, Jill talks about how shifting her thinking has helped her family understand behaviors. 

Please read Diane Malbin's book, "Trying Differently Rather Than Harder"! You can find out more about the neurobehavioral model at her website, www.fascets.org. A list of Fascets workshops can be found here

If you are interested in receiving support in using the Neurobehavioral model, please join the Facebook group "Shifting the Paradigm Towards a Neurobehavior Approach". Make sure to read their guidelines upon joining. 

 

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