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Podcast: Spreading the Word about FASD

 “Mollie O'Brien is the Executive Director of Proof Alliance and as we wrap up "Dry January" she joins podcast host Jason DeRusha of "DriveTime with DeRusha" to spread the word about FASD.”

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FASD and Inadequacy of Care: Importance of Raising Awareness in Clinical Practice


“This review aims to provide a narrative approach to the scientific literature on the history, clinical presentation, diagnosis, and management of FASDs… This review covers different aspects of FASDs regarding the concept of the umbrella term and public health, somatic, and psychiatric perspectives. FASD management remains an obstacle to health professionals, and mental health problems are underestimated.”
- Children

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Developmental, Sensory and Behavioral Outcomes Among Infants and Toddlers With Prenatal Alcohol Exposure


“Findings suggest that several domains of child functioning may be vulnerable to the teratogenic impact of PAE, and that these delays are evident in the first years of life. Early screening, ongoing monitoring and comprehensive assessment is needed to facilitate earlier identification and guide clinical intervention.”
- Research in Developmental Disabilities

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9th International Research Conference on FASD

 April 11-14, 2024 in Seattle, Washington.

Join us for the 9th International Research Conference on Adolescents and Adults with FASD.  Building on the work of eight previous conferences, we aim to examine relevant global research, programs and policies.  We hope you can join us at this interactive conference and be at the forefront of addressing these relevant global issues.  FASD United has taken on the task of putting on this unique global FASD conference.

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Pregnancy Forced Me to Confront My Toxic Relationship With Alcohol


Lara Gibson writes, “After becoming aware of the tiny seed growing inside me, I suddenly started to realize that almost every single social event and friendship of my adult life has been defined by alcohol… As the first of my friends to become pregnant, I felt lonely and unsure how to socialize without alcohol.”


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Register For: Examining FASD Diagnosis ECHO



 “The Examining FASD Diagnosis ECHO is a virtual learning network that will explore the necessity of establishing a holistic system of care to support those impacted by prenatal alcohol exposure.” 


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Lauren Borchert, BS
NC Fetal Alcohol Prevention Program

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