Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Resources
Here you will find resources that detail the research and experiences of adoptive parents that will be helpful for parents, educators, and human service providers. There is so much information, reading all can be overwhelming. This page highlights websites that are full of information.
- The Addiction Center
- Maternal Risk Factors for Neuropsych Outcomes.
- EPI of FASD.
- Server Training for Prevention of FASD.
- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Community Resource Center (FASCRC). This site is full of information provided by a mother of an adopted FAS child. Go to website.
- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Community Resource Center (FASCRC). This site gives a quick overview of the devastation of Prenatal Exposure to Alcohol. Go to website.
- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Community Resource Center (FASCRC). This site gives testimonials of FASD adults, teenagers and children. Go to website.
- Behavior Environmental Adaptation Model. This site provides a behavioral guide for parents, teachers, and other adults working with FASD children. Go to website.
- Developmental Overview of FAS/E. This site provides a checklist of behaviors frequently seen by parents of FASD children.
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- Fetal Alcohol Disorders Society. This site was founded by a dad in Canada who has a biological FAS child. His wife, the biological mother, was a medical doctor who died of alcoholism. He has committed himself to spreading the message of the devastation of FASD. His focus is on Canada, so his articles reflect the research in Canada, a fact that will show you how much more Canada is focusing on the epidemic of FASD than the United States. Go to website.
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Exposure Rates. This article, while lengthy, is a good source of information regarding the mostly unknown facts of FASD, with a particular focus on Canada. Go to document.
- FAS World. This site is in Canada. The site is operated by husband and wife team who originated the worldwide September 9th event known as FAS World. Go to website.
- American Family Physician. Identifying Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Go to website.
- The Globe and Mail. Panel seeks measures to combat fetal alcohol disorder. Go to website.
- Jeff Noble has made it a priority to reach out and build relationships with caregivers, consumers, teachers and experts alike. He has learned how to apply real life strategies and techniques to obtain results. He will teach you, step by step – what is FASD, what it does and how YOU can conquer it. Go to website.
- Marilyn Leiterman Foster parent to children with disabilites, FASD educator and Founder of: Think FASSP provides workshops on: 1) Understanding FASD 2) Supporting those with FASD 3) Sensory Processing for Integration 4) Stategies and supports, understanding behaviours Mission To educate and avocate for the prevention of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome by teaching subjects like sensory integration, coping skills and supports, through life experiences and education. https://www.facebook.com/thinkFASD#!/thinkFASD
- FASD Communities. Our mission is to provide a FASD resident-based living center that combines a homey atmosphere with meaningful vocational opportunities, that focuses on what you can do, not just what you can't. A place to develop your talents, engage in sports and recreational programs and find plenty of lifelong friends. Go to website.
- Court System. Search court, jail, prison, police department, sheriff, and district attorney public records, including arrest records, court records, criminal records, inmate records, jail records, police records, and warrant searches. Go to website.