Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a diagnostic term used to describe impacts on the brain and body of individuals prenatally exposed to alcohol. FASD is a lifelong disability. Individuals with FASD will experience some degree of challenges in their daily living, and need support with motor skills, physical health, learning, memory, attention, communication, emotional regulation, and social skills to reach their full potential. Each individual with FASD is unique and has areas of both strengths and challenges.

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FASD Waterloo Region website is intended to offer strategies, tips and community supports for families. Included are resources for educators and other professionals that can be used when supporting children and youth diagnosed with FASD.

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There’s lots about #FASD that others don’t see. The ‘FASD Iceberg’ sheet helps young people with FASD tell others what it’s like. More here: https://bit.ly/3FUTS5R ❤

As featured in ‘Living FASD’, our magazine for young people with FASD.


Wishing everyone a safe and healthy long weekend!

Remember the safest option if you are pregnant or trying to conceive is no alcohol. http://ow.ly/Ksw950JcuRu

#FASD #AlcoholAwareness

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