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New Legislation Will Help Children and Adults Living with FASD, the Nation’s Most Common and Preventable Developmental Disability

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“The U.S. Senate and House have introduced matching bills to authorize comprehensive FASD support services, public health prevention, and research programs across agencies within the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services, Education, and Justice."

Visit The Respect Act for more information and links to express your support online. A few minutes of your time will help us make FASD, Invisible No More.

 

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Pandemic Drinking Habits Could Be Here To Stay. That’s Worrisome For Women

 “Women, who’ve shouldered a number of burdens during the pandemic, are more likely than men to drink to cope. Drinking more to manage stress became common, and has been especially prevalent among parents of young children. Alcohol use disorder rates are increasing among older women, too.”

 

 

Click HERE, to read the article.

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Bioethics Project Chronicles Pregnancy, Substance Use Disorder and the Law

 

 “The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is embarking on a massive research project to shed light on early child development, including the health and developmental implications of opioid use during pregnancy.  The study is the HEALthy Brain and Child Development study (HBCD).”

 

To learn more, click HERE!

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Podcast Features FASD Non-profit "Oshay's FASD"

 

 This episode of FASD Hope features Scotland-based Oshay's FASD, run by Maryelen and Paula McPhail.  Maryelen is the mom of children with FASD and Paula is a young adult living with an FASD. Oshay's FASD has a mission of supporting families and children living with FASD.

 

To hear the podcast, click HERE!

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Check out the FASD Training Website from CDC

 This online trainings course is from the CDC's Collaborative for Alcohol-Free Pregnancy.  

Click HERE, to access training website.

 

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North Carolina FASD Informed Adult FASD Virtual Support Group

 

North Carolina FASD Informed (NCFASD) Adult FASD support group
4th Monday of the month from 7 PM to 8 pm via Zoom meeting.   
Please contact delaney [DOT] kay [AT] ncfasdinformed [DOT] org to join
 

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