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NC Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Informed
We assist caregivers, educators, and professionals from all disciplines understand the impact of exposure to alcohol in utero which results in a variety of developmental disability diagnoses collectively referred to as Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
Support is vital for those who have a loved one with an FASD. We hope to start in person, parent support groups across the state similar to the one that existed in the Triangle Area for over 14 years until COVID came along; a virtual group was just not sustainable. If you are interested in starting a support group in your area of the state, contact Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org for guidance.
NCFASD Informed seeks to empower individuals impacted by prenatal exposure to alcohol through raising awareness of FASD among parents, educators, health professionals, the legal community, provider agencies, and state agencies. This awareness of FASD will lead to increased evaluation/diagnosis and community support, as well as access to services and interventions. FASD is not only under diagnosed and misdiagnosed, but also underserved and mis-served once it is recognized.
Our programs are presented in physical locations, as well as virtually. Specific content of programs depends on the request of the sponsor; call 919-307-9068 to discuss specific training.
Anyone directly or indirectly impacted by FASD.
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No cost; donations and sponsorships are accepted