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Get To Know ProofCON PRO! October 27th, Noon-4 pm



ProofCON Pro is the new virtual conference series for professionals hosted by Proof Alliance. For just $30, professionals can access eight hours of content from leading experts on topics like mental health, neurodiversity and FASD. Content is available to watch live and on-demand for 90 days. CEUs are available. 

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NCFASD Informed Upcoming Workshop - November 3rd!

 NCFASD Informed assist caregivers, educators, and practitioners from all disciplines understand the impact of exposure to alcohol in utero which results in a variety of developmental disability diagnoses collectively referred to as Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.  

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a brain-based physical disability with behavioral symptoms. The brain-based approach to living with, caring for, and working with individuals and families impacted by FASD acknowledges the source of behaviors: the brain, and provides a set of research-based best practices for helping people with fetal alcohol exposure.

This workshop is based on current research and writings around best practices when parenting, working with, or supporting persons with FASDs, and includes many personal anecdotes, stories, and examples of positive change.

Topics covered in the workshop:

  • Facts, figures and statistics
  • Diagnosis
  • Neurobehavioral Profile: primary and secondary characteristics
  • Accomodations and environmental change

Cost: $35.00

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FASD United Collaborating on FASD Initiative in the U.S. Military

FASD United is partnering with the Center for Health Services Research (CHSR) at the Uniformed Services University for the Health Sciences (USUHS) on a new four-year federally funded FASD health services research initiative in the Military Health System (MHS). 
The FASD Prevention and Clinical Guidelines Research initiative will investigate the impact of FASD on military families and the working age population including parents and prospective parents on factors such as resource allocation, burden of disease, quality and efficiency of care, access to care, and population-level health outcomes.

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Proof Alliance Press Release on FASD in the News

“Proof Alliance condemns gun violence and recognizes the overwhelming grief of the families and community impacted by the senseless act of gun violence… Throughout the trial, the defense has offered as a mitigating factor that the then 19-year-old perpetrator had a neurodevelopmental disorder associated with prenatal alcohol exposure.”

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Free Virtual Conference!! 2022 National Conference on Alcohol & Other Substance Use in Women & Girls


Don't miss this conference on October 20-21, 2022!

This scientific conference will review key findings from current research on the causes, consequences, prevention, and treatment of harmful alcohol, opioid, and other substance use among women and girls, and best approaches to sustaining recovery. The overarching goal of the conference is to identify important directions for future research on harmful alcohol and opioid use among women and girls, and to highlight strategies that are already working to address these problems, with the goal of replicating and bringing effective interventions to population scale."

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Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and the Justice System"


 “The link between Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and criminal behavior is rarely acknowledged as a mitigating factor in U.S. jurisprudence, says a New York Law School Legal Studies Research Paper.”

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Lauren Borchert, BS
NC Fetal Alcohol Prevention Program

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