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NOFAS-UK is committed to collaborative working and involving stakeholders and those with lived experience in all we do.

FASD UK Alliance

Founding member of the FASD UK Alliance, a coalition of groups and individuals from across the UK who are united together for positive social change for those affected by Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and we actively participate in the vibrant FASD UK Facebook support group. Through the FASD UK Alliance we regularly team up with organisations and individuals across the UK. #TogehterWeAreStronger #HearOurVoices

Alcohol Health Alliance

The Alcohol Health Alliance UK is a coalition of more than 50 organisations working together to reduce the harm caused by alcohol.

Members include medical royal colleges, charities, patient representatives and alcohol health campaigners.

Embracing Complexity Coalition

Embracing Complexity brings together organisations working to improve the lives of people with neurodevelopmental conditions.

EU FASD Alliance

The European FASD Alliance helps European professionals and NGOs concerned with FASD to share ideas and work together.

European Birth Mother Support Network – FASD

(note this network is not active current as it has recently lost its founder. We maintain connections with birth mothers involved in the network)

NOFAS Affiliates (USA)

The NOFAS Affiliate Network was established in 2002 to unite organizations in an international coalition for the purpose of preventing FASD and meeting the needs of people living with the disorders, while each member organization maintains its identity and autonomy. It is the largest and longest standing international coalition of FASD organizations.

Council for Disabled Children

Council for Disabled Children  is the umbrella body for the disabled children’s sector bringing together professionals, practitioners and policy-makers.

Neurodiversity Celebration Week

Neurodiversity Celebration Week seeks to create a more positive perception about what it means to be neurodiverse and to change the educational landscape so that SEN students have positive school experiences

We also work closely with:

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