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FASD Advocacy

What is FASD?

Generally referred to as FASD, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is a developmental disability that is caused by the exposure to alcohol of a fetus in utero.

 

 

 

How to Help

Parents and caregivers can make a difference because you know and understand the FASD issue best and you can tell the story of your trials, tribulations and successes better than anyone else.

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.”

FASworld can help you effectively advocate with elected officials and provide you with tools to educate them about the impact of FASD on our society.