BrainWise History of Use with FASD Children and Caregivers in Alaska

Posted On: July 29, 2015

Matt's PictureMatt Sena, M.S. , BrainWise master instructor, trainer and Board member, compiled a summary of his ten years of work using BrainWise with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) children and caregivers.   Matt worked with the aboriginal peoples of Alaska, and his reflection on teaching BrainWise discusses strategies to successfully introduce and implement BrainWise in a culturally sensitive and effective way.  Matt prepared the summary for Gary Brayton, Ph.D., who is seeking funding to teach BrainWise to FASD populations in Canada.  

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