Last call to participate in the CanFASD study on strengths!
There’s a lot on the go right now in the realm of FASD research. Many studies are looking for people to share their ideas and experiences.
This info sheet is one of 12 two-pagers that highlights key findings and promising practices from the Co-Creating Evidence (CCE) study
Are you a youth (12-24) with FASD who has had treatment for substance use? Are you a caregiver of a youth (12-24) with FASD who has supported this youth in their substance use treatment? We want to talk to you!
A group of CanFASD staff members, Research Leads, and members of our Family Advisory Committee selects the articles. The group chooses research that aligns best with CanFASD’s areas of focus and that is generalizable to Canadians, can influence policy or practice, is ground-breaking or newsworthy, and is scientifically rigorous.
When it comes to FASD prevention, awareness and management, men play a vital role. Whether as partners supporting an alcohol-free pregnancy, or as fathers raising children with FASD, mentors to young people, or peers and role models, men are important in many arenas. Watch live panel event
Association of maternal smoking during pregnancy with neurophysiological and adhd-related outcomes in school-aged children
Less than 1 drink per week can cause ‘significant’ changes in the brains of fetuses
Pregnant women who drink small-to-moderate amounts of alcohol during pregnancy risk altering their baby’s brain structure and delaying brain development.
Highlight Successes and Strengths in People with FASD