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8 Magic Keys: Strategies for Students with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

This 21-minute animated video introduces the topic of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and demonstrates key strategies that have been proven to help students who experience brain-based disorders become more successful in school and in life. Scenarios depicted in this video represent both secondary and elementary situations. Join Mario as he talks about what it is like to live with an FASD. Mario collects all of the 8 Magic Keys with the support of friends, educators, and his family.

Adult   21 min.   2013   DVD-4049

Controversies in the Diagnosis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Implications for DSM-V_March 21, 2012
A federal committee has been meeting for more than three years in an attempt to define the neurobehavioral profile of children affected by prenatal exposure to alcohol. These efforts have been complicated by the lack of consensus regarding criteria for each of the diagnoses within Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and inconsistencies in diagnosis in the published literature. This webinar will present the most current thinking around these issues and implications for establishing Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and related disorders as a diagnostic code within the DSM-V.
Adult          49:40 min           2012                  DVD-4230
Know Your Dose

The Know Your Dose campaign is bringing together healthcare professionals, retailers, manufacturers, caregivers, and others to help spread the word on how to appropriately use acetaminophen. From the healthcare professional's office to the pharmacy counter to health clinics, our goal is to help the public recognize and understand how to appropriately take medicines containing acetaminophen.

Air a 30-second educational video in English (or a two-minute animated video in Spanish) in waiting rooms, clinics and health fairs.


Adult   30 seconds   2013   DVD-

Lives Affected: The Victims' Stories

It happens in a flash – first the crash, then the realization that life will never be the same. MADD introduces a powerful new video featuring the aftermath of drunk driving crashes. Lives Affected tells the story of six families destroyed by the impact of one person’s tragic decision to drink and drive.

Junior High - Adult            29 min.             2010        DVD-4055

Junior High - Adult
Start Talking Before They Start Drinking

Local Underage Drinking Prevention PSA Kit
Adult              2005              CD-4165

Strengthening Families Program by Dr. Karol Kumpfer

Dr. Karol Kumpfer, creator of the Strengthening Families Program, Lutra Group and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) teamed up to create this new 10-session SFP 8-16 Years Home Use DVD for in-home use. This new universal prevention population version can be an adjunct to the regular SFP 10-16 curriculum or used totally alone by families in their home. The DVD is a 10-part entertaining series of parenting and youth skills for families to watch together in their own homes. It has 10 thirty-minute lessons plus a short introductory lesson on the benefits of the SFP and brain development. The package contains two disks and a Parent Guidebook. Delightful handouts and tracking sheets that go with each lesson can be printed off each DVD disc when it is placed in a computer.

Link to lesson handouts

Ages 7-17           318 min.           2011           DVD-2016


Ages 8-16
This Place

A 15-minute film that dramatically captures today's youth drinking culture. This film shows the alcohol-saturated environment kids are exposed to and the impact of underage drinking. THIS PLACE offers a glimpse into communities that are taking action to reduce alcohol problems. You can watch this video online at: This Place YouTube.

Adult              15 min.            2005             V-4141