(en anglais) Intervention recommendations and subsequent access to services following clinical assessment for fetal alcohol spectrum disorders

Children with FASD and prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE, without a formal FASD diagnosis) require various interventions to address the challenges they face on a daily basis. This study by Pei et al., 2017, looks at differences in intervention recommendations for children with FASD and PAE (no FASD diagnosis), and access to these interventions. The researchers investigated specifically, which categories of interventions are most likely to be accessed and how accessibility relates to the recommendations given. They also looked at how the age of assessment for PAE, as well as adverse events/exposures prenatally or postnatally, might affect intervention recommendations. (Plus d’infos…)