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There are lots of things you can do to learn to self-regulate and stay cool.
Here are some tools to help you think about what helps you.
You can do these alone or with an adult.
Some things that happen can be confusing. This board can help you to break them down so you understand better what can help.
You can learn to cope with feelings and avoid most meltdowns. This thermometer can help.
What does it feel like and what’s happening when you feel good or not-so-good? This activity helps you to think it through.
Do you know how are you feeling? This activity helps you to go from angry to happy.
Do your emotions go up and down? This tracker can help you be a detective to see if there is a pattern.
A passport can help introduce you to new people. You can fill in this Me and My FASD passport to help you to talk with other people about what is good for you.
It can be hard to know who to trust. This activity can help you think about who are the most important people in your life.
Everybody has good days and days that are harder. This activity helps you think about where you are at today.
Everyone with FASD is different. Use this sheet to tell the world what makes you awesome.
Making plans is hard. This activity can help you to break it down into smaller, easier steps.
Your brain works better when you are calm. This activity will help you to decide what strategies work for you.
There’s a lot that other people don’t see about living with FASD. This sheet can help you explain what it’s like for you.
You might like to use the planning sheet to write or draw what is going on.
Plan your day by breaking the day down into sections!
Our new 2-sided Whiteboard helps you to think about how you are feeling and what you have to do.
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