News and Events
FASDay is Sept. 9 – every year. The Toronto Pregnant Pause Baby Bump Scramble does not require a ticket – just be there! Let us know if you are coming (firstname.lastname@example.org). Check our events page for time and location in your community. Visit fasworld.com regularly to share in a selection of important FASD news stories from around the world. We will also list challenging conferences and other events that would welcome your participation. Please share your local news and event items with us for posting – send your info to email@example.com.
What is FASD?
Generally referred to as FASD, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders are the most common, most expensive, and yet most preventable of all mental disorders in the industrialized world. FASworld is dedicated to the idea that a woman should not drink alcohol when planning or during pregnancy.
How to Help
We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. Your participation in the struggle against ignorance of the damage prenatal alcohol can do to our children is critical. There are many ways for for you to Get Involved – everyone’s active participation will get the decision-makers in our communities to make the changes we need to “change the world, one baby at a time.”