Not every individual with FASD will struggle with ownership but for some individuals it can be a long battle of understanding, sometimes resulting in limited understanding and a multitude of accommodations. One of the most successful strategies is to provide a long-term visual lesson, the example below utilizes the money box tool.
Money boxes are not the only tool that can be used to teach ownership, however, they do embody the basic principles of how to teach what belongs to who and what the consequences of stealing look like. Providing a visually accessible option will help the individual see what ownership looks like and act as a constant reminder. Therefore, ensure the money boxes are always visible.
Using the money box tool:
A tool like this does not provide results over night, it must be a long standing process.