Here are some links to other websites with more information about FASD for families and schools.
NOFAS-UK provides resources for families and carers, pregnant women, people with FASD, teachers and doctors. FASD and Trauma gives helpful guidance for carers, My Brain, Me and FASD is great for children with FASD and Teaching a Student with FASD is useful for educators.
Healthy Child Manitoba in Canada has leaflets on supporting people with FASD for educators and parents.
Barry Carpenter Education has briefing sheets for schools to help students with FASD.
FASD Network UK has resources for teachers, caregivers, doctors and both children and adults with FASD.
NHS Ayrshire and Arran in Scotland has two publications on understanding FASD: Information for parents and carers and What educators need to know.
Families Affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FAFASD) in the U.S.A. have produced 50 FASD FACTS
FASD is preventable
Drymester promotes alcohol-free pregnancy
FASD CYMRU supports Drymester's message. For generations, we’ve been given mixed messages about whether there is a safe time or amount of alcohol to drink during pregnancy. However, the facts themselves are quite clear.
The Chief Medical Officers for the UK advise that if you’re pregnant or planning a pregnancy, the safest approach is not to drink alcohol at all, as this can lead to long-term harm to your baby. The more you drink, the greater the risk.
#DRYMESTER is a new campaign from the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership. It aims to spread this correct guidance about the risks of drinking alcohol during pregnancy and help parents-to-be go alcohol free.