A list of articles and research about FASD, its causes, treatment, and diagnoses. Compiled by FASCETS.
A tip sheet of twelve points regarding Fetal Alcohol / Neurobehavioral conditions (FA/NB)
Talking With Children, Adolescents, and Adults About FASD
Should I tell my child about FA/NB?
How do I introduce the idea of differences in brain function to clients?
What if it makes things worse? I don’t want to label, limit or stigmatize. When should I talk with them?
Sensory Processing and FASD: How Heavy Work Can Help
Lance & Stacey Chart
Heavy work activities (also known as proprioceptive input) can be used as a way to help increase attention, concentration, decrease defensiveness and help with self-regulation.
How a Child With An Intellectural Disability Can Qualify for Social Security Benefits
Mark Steele, Disability Benefits Center
Article describing the benefits, qualifications, application process and documentation needed to receive SSI benefits.
Canadian FASD Research Network
The Canada Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Research Network (CanFASD) is a collaborative, interdisciplinary research network, with collaborators, researchers and partners across the nation. It is Canada’s first comprehensive national Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) research network. It started as an alliance of seven jurisdictions and operated for seven years as the Canada Northwest FASD Research Network.
Circle of Hope Birth Mothers Network
A network of women who have consumed alcohol during pregnancy and may have a child or children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. Formed to support one another; to improve and strengthen the lives of birth families; to provide peer support for birth families; to decrease the stigma, blame and shame that birth families may experience
Fetal Alcohol and the Law
An attorney and consultant, David Boulding speaks on the topic of Fetal Alcohol and the Law at seminars, conferences and training workshops internationally. His audience regularly includes judges, lawyers, police, probation officers, nurses, social workers and teachers.