Kitchissipi Times (Canada) – ABLE2 on upcoming FASD Awareness Walk, pandemic fundraising
ABLE2, the ‘small but powerful’ charitable organization that supports people across the disability spectrum, is preparing for this year’s Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness Walk.
https://kitchissippi.com/2021/08/04/able2-on-upcoming-fasd-awareness-walk-pandemic-fundraising/Griffith News (Australia)
Funding boost for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder diagnosis and care
The diagnosis and treatment of children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is set to be strengthened with the announcement of $3.68 million in funding from the Federal Government’s Drug and Alcohol Program awarded to Griffith University researchers.
The Chatham News (USA) – FASD advocate returns from 4,300-mile cross-country research trip
An adventurous spirit — a cyclist, runner, backpacker and self-proclaimed explorer — 19-year-old Pittsboro resident and UNC-Chapel Hill student Emmaus Holder has long dreamt of packing a bag, throwing it on the rear of his bike and taking a tour across Europe.
Yahoo News – Big-hearted mom adopts 6 kids with FASD, goes viral for rigorous 5 a.m. routine: ‘You have to be a special person to do this’
A mom of 10 is going viral her stunning 5 a.m. routine — and for her beautiful family’s inspiring story.
Saltwire (Canada) – LOUISE GRAY: Nova Scotia does nothing for its 38,800 fetal-alcohol sufferers
An estimated 38,800 people in Nova Scotia have a lifelong disorder that has irreversible impacts on their brain and body.
M.A. – How Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is Affecting Today’s Kids
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FASD) is a permanent brain disability that is largely undiagnosed, especially in children.
NOFAS Policy and Training Center The FASD Respect Act
The FASD Respect Act is legislation addressing FASD on a federal (national) level, being proposed during the 2021 117th Congressional Session (S. 2238 and H.R. 4151).
University of Salford – Talking about FASD
We like to talk about FASD and our research. We give talks for groups including academics, local professionals and families.