Arizona Department of Economic Security, Division of Developmental Disabilities

Fetal Alcohol Resource Center

4710 E. 29th Street, Tucson, AZ 85711



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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders:

Understanding Effects, Improving Outcomes


Presented by Teresa Kellerman, Fetal Alcohol Resource Center Coordinator


Workshop for Support Coordinators, Teachers, Counselors, Therapists, Parents, Early Interventionists, and Providers

This training will offer insights into common FASD characteristics and practical guidelines for applying intervention strategies that work best for this population. Participants will learn the symptoms of FASD, how to maximize success for those affected and resources for screening, evaluations, and family support services.



Friday, January 21, 2011
9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
(one hour break for lunch)

Division of Developmental Disabilities

 Community Resource Center (map)
4710 E. 29th Street, Bldg  #10, Tucson

Please call Denise at DDD to RSVP: (520) 519-1515  

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  • Understand how prenatal exposure affects the brain and impacts behavior
  • Recognize physical and neurobehavioral symptoms of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
  • Identify intervention strategies that help affected individuals of all ages
  • Apply new insights to existing program plans to improve outcomes
  • Learn about new research on nutritional recommendations
  • Implement protective factors to minimize or prevent secondary disabilities
  • Be able to pre-screen for possible FASDs in children and adults and make appropriate referral

Certificates of attendance will be provided.
Childcare will not be available.

There is no fee for this training, but registration is required.

RSVP: (520) 519-1515

For more information, visit FAS Arizona at