Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) awareness game

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How to Play the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
Awareness Game!
1. Click on “slide show” tab and select “from beginning” in
the top menu bar or use the F5 key on your keyboard.
2. Select a dollar amount from one of the categories by
clicking on the value, e.g., FASD in Canada, $400.
3. To view the correct answer, click anywhere on the slide.
4. To return to the main board, click “return to board”.
5. Continue to play the game until all values have been
selected (Note: The colour on the dollar value will change
once selected.).
6. To exit the game at any time, click the Esc key on your
keyboard.
FASD Awareness Game
FASD in
Canada
$100
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$200
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$300
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$400
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FASD in Canada - $100 Question
What percentage of Canadian women over the
age of 15 reported drinking alcohol in one year
(2009 data)?
a.
b.
c.
d.
25.8%
47.2%
73.0%
85.1%
c. 73.0%
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FASD in Canada - $200 Question
What percentage of pregnant women in
Canada report drinking alcohol during
pregnancy?
a.
b.
c.
d.
8.6%
10.5%
12.0%
18.3%
b. 10.5%
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FASD in Canada - $300 Question
According to Health Canada, what is the
estimated prevalence of FASD in Canada?
a.
b.
c.
d.
1.7 out of every 1,000 live births
9.1 out of every 1,000 live births
55.6 out of every 1,000 live births
72.0 out of every 1,000 live births
b. 9.1 out of every 1,000 live births
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FASD in Canada - $400 Question
What is the estimated annual cost of FASD to
Canada (including health, education and social
services for individuals 0 to 53 years of age)?
a.
b.
c.
d.
$650 million
$2.2 billion
$4.6 billion
$5.3 billion
d. $5.3 billion
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Fast Facts - $100 Question
What is the rate of unintended pregnancies in
Canada?
a.
b.
c.
d.
Approximately
Approximately
Approximately
Approximately
15%
25%
40%
50%
d. Approximately 50%
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Fast Facts - $200 Question
What is the leading preventable developmental
disability in Canada?
a.
b.
c.
d.
Down Syndrome
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
Cerebral Palsy
Spina Bifida
b. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
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Fast Facts - $300 Question
What is Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)?
a. A type of brain damage a baby gets if their mother does not
take folic acid during pregnancy.
b. A developmental disorder that a baby is born with if the
mother smokes cigarettes during pregnancy.
c. A developmental disorder that a baby is born with if the
mother drinks alcohol during the 3rd trimester of pregnancy.
d. An umbrella term that describes the range of lifelong
disabilities caused by prenatal exposure to alcohol.
d. An umbrella term that describes the range of lifelong
disabilities caused by prenatal exposure to alcohol
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Fast Facts - $400 Question
What birth defects can a person with FASD have?
a. Brain damage and developmental delay.
b. Physical disabilities such as motor skill challenges
and heart malformation.
c. Vision and hearing problems.
d. Lifelong challenges with learning, memory,
attention, problem solving and behaviour.
e. All of the above.
e. All of the above
No two people with FASD will have the same challenges.
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True or False - $100 Question
The effect of drinking alcohol during pregnancy on
the developing brain can mean that children will
have lifelong learning difficulties and problems
with memory, reasoning and judgment.
TRUE
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True or False - $200 Question
A person with FASD often is small for their age
and has distinctive facial characteristics.
FALSE
Only a small percentage of people with FASD have distinctive facial
features or are small for their age. These differences are also less obvious
as a person grows older.
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True or False - $300 Question
Drinking alcohol can be harmful at any point during
pregnancy. The brain and nervous system of the
fetus develops throughout the entire pregnancy.
TRUE
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True or False - $400 Question
Some drinks containing alcohol are not harmful
to the developing fetus.
FALSE
All drinks containing alcohol can be harmful to the developing fetus.
Alcohol is in beer, wine, spirits, coolers and ciders.
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Hodge podge - $100 Question
Which drink has the most pure alcohol?
a.
b.
c.
d.
Bottle or can (12 oz or 341 ml) of 5% beer,
cider or cooler
Small glass (5 oz or 142 ml) of 12% alcohol
wine
One shot (1.5 oz or 43ml) of hard liquor (vodka,
rum, tequila, etc.) straight or in a cocktail
All have the same amount of pure alcohol
d. All have the same amount of pure alcohol
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Hodge podge - $200 Question
Which of the following is true during pregnancy?
a.
b.
c.
d.
There is no known safe time to drink alcohol
There is no safe type of alcohol
There is no known safe amount of alcohol
All of the above
d. All of the above
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Hodge podge - $300 Question
What can communities do to help pregnant women avoid
alcohol during pregnancy?
a. Family, friends and partners can support women to avoid alcohol
during pregnancy
b. Employers and co-workers can provide information about services
in the community that can help women avoid alcohol during
pregnancy.
c. Health care and social service providers can talk openly and
supportively with women about drinking alcohol if they are
pregnant or planning to become pregnant.
d. Bars can provide fun and tasty non-alcoholic options on their
menu.
e. Liquor stores can hang posters with information about FASD.
f. All of the above.
f. All of the above
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Hodge podge - $400 Question
Pregnant women benefit from:
a. Lots of rest, healthy food and recreation, and physical
activities
b. Regular medical care (doctor, nurse or midwife).
c. Supportive friends and family members
d. Avoiding cigarettes and other drugs during pregnancy
as well as alcohol
e. All of the above
e. All of the above
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