Best Start Newsletter (CMigrator copy 1)

This newsletter  reports on the activities of FASD Ontario Network of Expertise (FASD ONE). The newsletter also shares news of relevance to individuals, caregivers and service providers in Ontario who are working in the area of FASD.

Interventions & treatment for FASD Conference powerpoints

In October there was a conference held at Emory University, focusing on interventions & treatment for FASD, with researchers presenting from the USA and Canada. Here’s the link to the conference power points:

South African Breweries Limited and the social development department have joined forces to fight against Foetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)

Academics and experts joined in a FAS Indaba, convened by the Department of Social Development and South African Breweries, to find the best approach in dealing with preventing the disease, as well as minimising its impact on affected communities.

The International Medical e-Network November newsletter devoted to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

In response to recent debate, this newsletter includes a section relating to recent research from Australia & Britain relating to the effects of low levels of prenatal alcohol exposure. You can read the studies, some of the press that triggered the debate and thought provoking responses from internationally renowned FASD experts.

NOFAS-UK new Interactive FASD Online Course

This free, comprehensive and user-friendly FASD Course has been designed to increase your knowledge and understanding of FASD, help prevent FASD and better support those affected. To start the Course, click on the link below

rffada Brochures, Flyers, Posters and Forms

  The following are brochures, posters, flyers and forms produced by the rffada for use by the general public. Please feel free to download as required. Reports Report from the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs – Recommendations from the FASD Inquiry1.69 MB Brochures A_preventable_disability_brochure.pdf1.2 MB Posters Alcohol can harm […]