The Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Society Yukon is a non-profit organization dedicated to FASD prevention and fostering accepting and educated communities where individuals with FASD have equal access to opportunities to reach their full potential."
"FASSY envisions a Yukon in which Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is prevented and where persons with FASD are fully included in Yukon society."
Living With FASD 2014 Summit: Building a Bridge to Adulthood 25+ hours of online training for families & professionals living and working with those with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
September 9th - 20th, 2014
Morgan Fawcett on Living with FASD
See what you know about FASD click here and take the test and go to the Poll and tell us how you did
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) is the term given to the range of damage caused by prenatal exposure to alcohol. The damage ranges from birth defects to neurological damage.
The first goal of FASD prevention is to increase awareness of the problem among women and the community.
While awareness is high in some countries, in many other countries awareness is low. Many organizations do not have the resources to design and carry out effective awareness initiatives.
We think it is time to work together, sharing ideas and using the power of the internet and social media. This project will give evidence-based information and will empower individuals to make their own decisions.