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Groups for At-risk Youth by Melanie Hennig This manual provides practical information for facilitators of groups for at-risk youth. Detailed instructions are provided for over 60 unique and fun activities.
Topics include self-esteem, team building, life skills, drug and alcohol awareness, employment skills, healthy relationships, sexuality and mental health. The manual was developed for an after school program for high risk youth at the College of New Caledonia, Lakes District Campus. The project focused on youth 13 to 18 years of age.
Many of the youth in the program exhibited behaviours and characteristics consistent with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder FASDand the activities described in this manual are designed to accommodate these unique cognitive disabilities and behaviours.
The activities are also culturally-inclusive, secular, and based on a harm reduction model. Following a description of the program and an overview of its development and evolution, the majority of the book provides practical strategies that can be applied when working with adults with FASD.
The book includes strategies that are effective in a classroom setting as well as a section with strategies for some of the issues with daily living faced by people who live with FASD. Real life stories help illustrate the disabilities associated with FASD in a sensitive and personal manner.
This book also provides information about strategies and interventions that were not effective. The overriding theme is that FASD results from injury to the brain, and change is the responsibility of service providers and caregivers.
The complexity of FASD demands a re-evaluation of assumptions and expectations. Educators, service providers, and advocates working or living with adults with FASD will find this book to be a valuable resource. Taste of Culture Cookbook: Lheidli T'enneh Cemetery, Prince George: This is a study of the origins and changes in that cemetery.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder FASD is an umbrella term for a number of diagnoses that result from prenatal alcohol exposure and include brain injury and physical anomalies. Prevention of FASD is complex and often requires intensive support for marginalized women who: Behaviours associated with FASD can be confusing.
Stories have been cited as invaluable in assisting workers, administrators and policy makers in understanding how FASD presents so they can work to better accommodate and support individuals who live with FASD.
This book is a collection of real life stories that reflect experiences of marginalized women who may have FASD. As a resource for frontline workers in prenatal and parenting programs it includes potential strategies and supports to enhance effectiveness and promote positive outcomes.
The stories are based on observation and were contributed by outreach workers, group facilitators and caregivers from across BC. Prepared by the College of New Caledonia The book was produced under a special grant and is not available for purchase.
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