Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Correct Response Essay

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Characteristics

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Define Apraxia

Correct Response:
Inability to perform tasks due to brain damage

Define Intervention

Correct Response: Providing assistance and improving academic development

Define: Encoding

Correct Response: Jordan
Baker

Define Receptive Language

Correct Response: Listening and receiving information in a conversation

Define Adaptive functioning

Correct Response: The ability to complete every day life tasks. Name one language delay, difficulty or impairment a child with FAS may have?

Correct Response:
Articulation disorder, encoding, receptive & expressive language difficulty, speech delays, etc.

Who should be consulted if a child shows language and speech difficulties?

Correct Response: Speech
Pathologist

Why does a child with FAS have difficulty with receptive language skills?

Correct Response: Problems with central auditory processing Does a child with Fetal
Alcohol Syndrome express troubles in expressive or receptive language skills?

Correct Response: Both,
Receptive and Expressive

A child who cannot understand the meaning of a word, would have ____ difficulty. Correct Response: Word comprehension Question: Out of 1000 births, how many are expected to have FAS?

Correct Response: 6

Question: Alcohol is a
_____?

Correct Response:
Teratogen

Question: What trimester is the most sensitive to alcohol?

Correct Response: 1st trimester DAILY
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Question: If a woman drinks
3 ounces of alcohol, what would the eligible decrease of the child’s IQ be?

Correct Response: 1 oz. of alcohol can decrease a child’s
IQ by 6-7. So 3 ounces could decrease a child’s IQ by 1821 points.

Question: What are the two terms that fall under Fetal
Alcohol Spectrum Disorder?

•Correct Response: Alcohol
Related Neurodevelopmental
Disorder and Fetal Alcohol
Syndrome

Question: True or False:
Alcohol does not effect the size of a brain in a newborn.

Correct Response: False

Question: Where is the philtrum? Correct Response: Above lip

Question: Do children with
FAS socialize with older or…