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Competence 5: Continuing Care of Families Affected by FASD

Test Your Knowledge Questions: Posttest

Posttests are designed to gauge what you've learned by reading the competency. Click in the circle or box next to the correct answer. Circles indicate that only one correct answer is possible. Boxes indicate that more than one correct answer is possible.


1. Family members often have to teach service providers about FASD.



2. Many persons with an FASD are unemployed due to:
Select all that apply.





3. Identifying ancillary services available and knowing how to access those services is the responsibility of the client.



4. The National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome notes several issues to be aware of when working with adolescents with an FASD. They are:





5. FASD is inherited.



6. If a child is diagnosed with an FASD, they may qualify for Supplemental Security Income.



7. The six suggested principles for treating clients with an FASD are: adopt a comprehensive viewpoint, employ a recovery perspective, develop a phased approach to treatment, plan for the client’s cognitive and functional impairment, address specific real-life problems early in treatment, and use support systems.



8. Recovery takes 12 months on average.



9. The American with Disabilities Act is a barrier to effective advocacy for clients.



10. Circle of Hope, sponsored by NOFAS, is a network of birth mothers raising children with an FASD.



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