ABSTRACT Background and Objective The manner in which language is used reflects how people in a society view one another. Historically, indi- viduals with disabilities
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, or FASD, is a name given to a range of brain-based impairments that result from alcohol exposure when a fetus is
CanFASD published a guide that outlines evidence-based practices to support people with FASD who are in treatment for substance use. With rates of substance use hospitalizations
Diversity in FASD – A panel of professionals, researchers, and people with lived experience explore the diversity of the FASD experience, including the different challenges and
Dan Dubovsky compares the differences between ODD, ADHD, and FASD.