I've always thought that the reason why students with FASD only succeeded in classes and education because of the assistance that they were given, and the teacher aids that follow and guide them each step of the way. Now reading on how classrooms that provide a high degree of structure and routine will be more successful, it makes me view things in a different perspective. I have learned that students with FASD do not always need a aid 24/7. They might do well with a high structured class room with help from the teacher or other students every now and then.
I believed that if a FASD student would have trouble with changes in a routine, that it at all cost to be avoided. I've learned that changes do happen, and in order for a FASD student to deal with those changes, the aid or person working with this student has to inform them and give clear, concise, concrete and short instructions on how to prepare for the changes. I knew