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Course Article Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Section 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Section 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.

1. Why are Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) a significant issue in many American Indian and Alaska Native tribal communities?
2. What are the environmental modifications and practices to be implemented across the settings for where NAS children are, including the home, the early childhood program, and other settings where the child spends time?
3. What are the recommended strategies for tribal and community leaders to support children affected by alcohol and substance exposure?
4. What factors are needed in order to build organizational cultural competence in order to have responsiveness in programs and systems?

A. Partner with families and ensure clear and constant communication; Partner with other service providers; Decrease sensory stimulation; Take supportive measures to keep infants calm and comfortable; Feed smaller and more frequent meals; Prevent and address skin irritation; Ensure safe sleep practices; and Monitor infants closely.
B. A cognitive component that emphasizes critical awareness and knowledge relevant to the health and well-being of diverse children and families; A behavioral component that emphasizes the ability to put skills into practice to build trust and effectively communicate with and serve diverse children and families; and An organizational component that emphasizes contextual issues and support for culturally competent practices from an organization that is committed to diversity and innovation to meet the needs of diverse children and families.
C. Many AI/AN communities lack access to screening, diagnosis, and behavioral supports for children who are diagnosed. Furthermore, there is a negative stigma associated with FASD that may provide a disincentive for families to seek support.
D. Invest in prevention strategies and incorporate a trauma-informed approach; Expand access to mental and behavioral health supports in healthcare facilities; Support family-centered, cross-tribal program collaboration; Sustain and stregthen traditional cultural values and practices; and Support and invest in research and evaluation at the tribal and community level.

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