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A practical Native American guide for caregivers, adolescents and adults with fetal alcohol syndrome and alcohol related conditions / text by Robin A. LaDue ; illustrations by Heather Fugate ; cover illustration by Katie Earll.

By: LaDue, Robin A.
Contributor(s): Fugate, Heather [ill.] | Earll, Katie [ill.] | B.C. Aboriginal Network on Disability Society.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Victoria, B.C. : B.C. Aboriginal Network on Disability Society, [2000]Description: 203 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.Subject(s): Fetal alcohol syndrome -- Handbooks, manuals, etcSummary: This guide is a major step in providing empowering information to parents, grandparents, other caregivers, and even health and social service workers. Information based on current documented knowledge about the disease and its implications in child development and child rearing. It is presented however in a native manner, utilizing the native tradition of oral history and storytelling rather than the dense prose of scientific documents. It also engages healing images that have traditionally promoted wellness and health in Native communities. It makes the science more relevant and more complete for the reader.
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This guide is a major step in providing empowering information to parents, grandparents, other caregivers, and even health and social service workers. Information based on current documented knowledge about the disease and its implications in child development and child rearing. It is presented however in a native manner, utilizing the native tradition of oral history and storytelling rather than the dense prose of scientific documents. It also engages healing images that have traditionally promoted wellness and health in Native communities. It makes the science more relevant and more complete for the reader.

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