Organizations and countries around the world have developed a number of prevention strategies to reduce the prevalence of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). Alcohol warning labels are becoming an increasingly common prevention strategy. However, research is mixed on whether this approach is an effective means of FASD prevention.
Disability Employment Awareness Month is celebrated in Canada during the month of October. The goal of this national holiday is to raise awareness of the positive outcomes that come from hiring people with disabilities, and celebrate the contributions that these individuals have made within the Canadian workforce. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is the most […]
A lot of the discussions about FASD in the justice system mention that people with FASD have trouble as offenders. However, it is important to know that they may also be over-represented as witnesses and victims of crime. Many of the issues that come with FASD increase a person’s vulnerability, but very little attention is […]