“Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”
― Dr. Seuss
As resource teachers we suspect this condition for some of our children. We may reach out to our consellors and psychologists for help in figuring this out. However, for obvious reasons, this condition is nearly impossible to get a diagnosis for. We many see the visable signs and symptons but unless a parents wished to disclose a most shameful secret we will be left to wonder. In the Province I work we have a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Centre for Excellence but as you can imagine it is used more rarely than is probably should be. M advice is: if you, along with your team (ie, guidance, Psyc Ed , OT, SLP etc) suspect FASD then treat that child as such as you will likely never know for sure.