Welcome to the FASD Trust

The FASD Trust was founded in 2007 by Simon and Julia Brown to provide support for those affected by FASD and training / information for the professionals seeking to support them. The FASD Trust runs support groups for those affected by FASD across the UK, hosts various professional forums and has a variety of training and other resources for those affected by or interested in FASD.

Please visit our News and Events section which is regularly updated. To go on our mailing list for us to send future editions direct to you, please click here.
 

We hope you will find lots of useful information on this website about FASD and the work of The FASD Trust, but if you have any other questions, please do contact us; we enjoy hearing from you! 

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National FASD Day 2015

National FASD Day 2015

Host a BreakFASD at 9am (or 9pm) on 9th September 2015 to fundraise and raise awareness for FASD and The FASD Trust.


FOOD, FRIENDS and a FIVER for FASD.

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Introduction to FASD Half Day Training

Introduction to FASD Half Day Training

This Autumn we are hosting Half Day Training around the country for anyone wanting to find out more about Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.

'An introduction to Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: How do we respond?'

A thorough introduction to the whole issue of FASD. Ideal for those who know nothing on the subject or those that know something and want to improve professional practice.

Training will take place in ORPINGTON, STOCKPORT, LIVERPOOL, LEEDS and BRISTOL.

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OUT NOW -  FASD: Parenting a Child with an Invisible Disability

OUT NOW - FASD: Parenting a Child with an Invisible Disability

ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY: This FASD parenting book has been co-written by our CEO, Julia Brown and Dr Mary Mather, a Consultant Paediatrician, and one of our Trustees.

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Bringing Hope to those affected by FASD