Feldmann, Reinhold / Noppenberger, Anke

Ein FAS(D) perfektes Schulkind

Ein Bilderbuch zum FAS(D) - Fetales Alkoholsyndrom bzw. Fetale Alkoholspektrumstörung

Mit Informationen für Lehrkräfte und Eltern
1. Auflage 2020. 56 Seiten. Innenteil farbig

(ISBN 978-3-497-02989-1) gebunden
€ [D] 24,90 / € [A] 25,60

Foreign Rights

Reinhold Feldmann/Anke Noppenberger
A perfectly FAS(D) pupil
An illustrated book about FAS(D) – Foetal Alcohol Syndrome or Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

School life of children with FAS(D)
• For reading aloud to children with FAS(D)
• Includes information and tips for teachers and (foster) parents
• Four-colour inner section

Mo is a child affected by FAS(D), Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. That’s why Mo often finds it hard to understand school rules and social situations in a way appropriate to his age, and is unable to concentrate well or remember things. Mo’s classmates quickly notice that he’s a little bit different. His teachers also often feel overwhelmed and unsure of how to support a child with FAS(D), both in their classrooms and in the playground.
This illustrated book provides children with FAS(D) with compassionate support in the light of their often unpleasant experiences at school. Mo shows them what they need to help them feel good at school. It’s exciting to see how he negotiates everyday life at school. Thanks to the understanding adults surrounding him at school and at home, Mo becomes a self-confident, cheerful boy - a role model for other children with FAS(D).

Author information
Dr. rer. medic. Reinhold Feldmann , grad. psychologist, Münster, is a psychological psychotherapist who works at the FAS outpatient clinic in Walstedde. Anke Noppenberger works as an FASD coach mentoring foster parents, and is also active in the field of social educational family support

Target readership
Teachers and (foster) parents of children affected, parents of fellow pupils, psychotherapists, psychologists, social education workers, teachers of children with special needs, child care workers.

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