Designed to help teachers and parents understand how fetal anti-convulsant syndrome (F.A.C.S) affects the childs education. This includes help and advice on special educational needs and the code of practice. Other signs, problems and disorders which may be included are for example:
Facial features, Speech and hearing difficulties and disorders such as dyspraxia, autism , A.D.H.D and Asperger Syndrome.
Designed for the use of GP's and other medical professions, social services, health centres and clinics etc. This pack clearly outlines the difficulties with Anti-Convulsants and Oral Contraceptive medication and the effects that Anti Convulsants have on the fetus.
Understanding Asperger Syndrome
Each of the above booklets describe the disorders by giving sharp, straight to the point details of what to look for and explanations of the signs. It also covers medication which may be offered to a child especially in the case of A.D.H.D
The Shortened Version...!
This booklet gives snippets from medical journal reports explaining Fetal Anti-Convulsant Syndrome (F.A.C.S), Epilepsy and Anti-Convulsant drugs. These date from 1968 up to the present.
The O.A.C.S Glossary
This is similar to a dictionary, explaining certain medical words which are often used in your child's reports. There are also diagrams and pictures where possible.
The Fetal Anti-Convulsant Syndrome BOOK
This book gives you details of Fetal Anti-Convulsant Syndrome. Explainnig all the different names such as sodium valproate syndrome etc. It describes the syndrome from how it occurs and the growing stages of the child to explanations of Spina Bifida etc. It goes into education and gives a table of milestones.
This is interesting reading to any parent of a Fetal Anti-Convulsant Syndrome Child.