Welcome to the FASD Trust

The FASD Trust, founded in 2007 by Simon and Julia Brown, is the UK's leading charity providing support for all those affected by FASD, training / information for the professionals and seeking to end alcohol use in pregnancy.  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.

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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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FASD in Education Champions Day

FASD in Education Champions Day

We strongly believe that all children and young people affected by FASD should be supported to reach their full academic potential and to enjoy education, whatever that looks like, which is why we have launched our new project, FASD in Education, with the next Champions Training Days being 28 June in London and 6 July in Stockport.  See more at www.fasdineducation.co.uk.

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Cornwall & Support Group Host Training

Cornwall & Support Group Host Training

Our Cornwall Support Group will gather on 4 June in a new venue, Wadebridge, led by a new volunteer host, Sadie, who will be supported by some other long standing volunteers. If you would be interested in running a support group for us in your area the next Support Group Host Training Day is on Saturday 2 July 2016 from 10am to 4pm.

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Six Simple Ways to Support Us

Six Simple Ways to Support Us

Could you consider supporting us, partnering with us as we expand our reach to help more people affected by FASD? Our work is funded mostly by private donations and some small grants so we have listed out 6 simple ways you can support our work.                                                                                                                           

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Bringing Hope to those affected by FASD