People with FASD live lives of courage. With diagnosis and the support they deserve, they can shine. Things are changing in the UK but the risks of alcohol in pregnancy are still too little known. We encourage everyone to work together to reduce the rates of FASD and to increase awareness.
We are developing our selection of Easy Read Resources. Click below to see what we have so far.
May have FASD, a higher rate than Autism
of individuals living with FASD do not display facial features
of UK pregnancies are alcohol-exposed
This exciting new site was created as part of National FASD’s partnership with Seashell, funded by the Department of Health and Social Care. A special resource designed with input from experts and people with FASD and their families to help children and young people understand and own the diagnosis.