FASD Adulthood Management Strategies: 18 Years and Up


Many older individuals with FASDs would benefit from the support of an advocate or mentor at home, in the workplace, and in the community. Job coaches, or supported employment, assisted living, transportation and other disability-related services are all options to consider. Assistance navigating the legal system is also required at times because the behavioral and cognitive challenges caused by FASDs make these individuals more prone to victimization, poor judgment, and poor cause-and-effect reasoning.


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