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Why Does He Do That? FASD Information for Parents and Caregivers @ Catulpa Community Support Services
Nov 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Learn the eight senses which form foundation skills for interpreting sensory information.

Misunderstood or unrecognized sensory differences often contribute to challenging behaviours; up to 80% of students with FASD have trouble with either over or under reacting to sight, touch, taste, smell, movement, joint/ muscle awareness and internal sensation.
Learn how to help your child avoid what’s bothering them and get more of what helps them

  • How to make simple changes to home & routine
    Multisensory tools and equipment ideas

This popular session fills up quickly so call today to register.