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After a diagnosis

The draft NICE Quality Standard on FASD emphasises the importance that every person with FASD has a continuing management plan.

While still a draft, the following excerpt outlines the importance of ongoing support by a range of professionals:

“Because FASD has lifelong effects, a staged management plan may be needed to anticipate upcoming problems at planned intervals. A management plan also helps people with FASD, their families, carers and service providers to understand and address the associated challenges. The plan helps to coordinate care over a range of healthcare professionals, as well as education and social services, and improves outcomes.”

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