Although there have
been thousands of published articles in FASD in general, there has been limited
research specifically on adolescents and adults with FASD or on individuals
across the lifespan. As those individuals diagnosed with FASD continue to age,
the “need to know” across a broad spectrum of areas is becoming critically
important for identifying clinically relevant research questions and
directions. This is especially true for questions which answers have the
potential to prevent the long-lasting effects of fetal alcohol exposure on
cognition, behaviour, physical and mental health, addiction, immune function,
and metabolism, and to improve quality of life. See our brochure for more