Journey Through the Healing Circle

Journey Through the Healing Circle
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Can racoon twins, a fox, a bear, and a puffin teach parents about FAS? Yes, when these wild creatures are brought to life through the stories and word pictures of a Native American storyteller in an award-winning series. A partnership of Washington State agencies, health-care experts, and traditional NW tribal storytellers has produced a collection of stories, health tips, and practical knowledge to help parents and foster parents learn about FAS and understand how it affects their children. FAS is the only birth defect that can be completely prevented, but high rates of alcohol use and unplanned pregnancies make prevention a challenging task. Children with FAS or related conditions exhibit a number of behavior challenges, including inconsistency in understanding and carrying out instructions, frequent inability to judge the danger of a situation, lack of interest in eating, and difficulties in falling asleep. They often find their world to be complex and confusing and are easily frustrated when attempting to learn new things.
Junior High - Adult            1999            V-4071


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