Kurt is joined by Kelly Skorka; an Occupational Therapist, Researcher and PhD candidate at the University of Queensland with a focus in researching strengths and support for children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
They chat about using a strengths-based approach to help children with FASD and the critical review she authored last year that focused on the experiences of children with FASD and their families. They also discuss the value of health professionals taking a holistic approach when supporting children with this invisible disability and their families.
To learn more about Kelly Skorka’s research then watch the video from the link below.
For more information about ‘Experiences of children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and their families: a critical review’ mentioned in this podcast interview click the link below.
Producers: Kurt Lewis, Louise Gray and Julie Flanagan
Interviewer: Kurt Lewis
Interviewees: Kelly Skorka
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