Parent-Assisted Children: A Case Study

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O’Connor, et al. (2006) evaluated the effect of parent-assisted children’s friendship training (CFT) with children with a history of prenatal alcohol exposure. CFT is a 12-session program over twelve weeks. It includes concurrent group sessions for children and parents. Children were taught social skills through instruction of simple rules of social behavior, modeling, rehearsal, and performance feedback. Skills taught included: (a) social network formation with the aid of a parent, (b) informational interchange with peers find to common interests, (c) entry into of children already at play, (d) in-home play dates, and (e) conflict avoidance and negotiation skills. Parents were educated on issues related to prenatal alcohol exposure/FASD,
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