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Module 4: FASD Signs and Symptoms

Test Your Knowledge Questions Posttest - Module 4

1. Identify three deficits that may have been caused by prenatal alcohol exposure.





2. Difficulties associated with an FASD may appear as early as infancy and continue throughout life.



3. Infants with an FASD are often irritable and do not respond to holding and rocking. Identify a specific sign seen in infants.






4. Children with an FASD meet developmental milestones at an early age.



5. During the preschool period, behavioral effects are usually more apparent than cognitive deficits.



6. Identify from the list below the signs and symptoms of an FASD in children in the preschool age.
Select all that apply.






7. Many children with an FASD are diagnosed at birth.



8. Identify from the list below the signs and symptoms of an FASD in a child between 6 and 11 years old.
Select all that apply.





9. Identify from the list below the signs and symptoms of an FASD in a child between 12 and 17 years old.
Select all that apply.






10. Many adults with an FASD appear more capable than they actually are.



11. As adults, individuals with an FASD may face which of the following issues or concerns?






12. Identify from the list below three secondary disabilities among individuals with an FASD (age 12+).
Select all that apply.






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