Volunteers required!

We're currently looking for kind souls, with some spare time to come  and join us at the Trust on a voluntary basis.  Based in Oxford, your  contribution will greatly help us. For light administrative duties,  there is no experience required.  No matter if you can spare a couple of  hours a week?  Please contact us on 01865-249771

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News & Events

Christmas Charity Ball 2017 - Norwich

Christmas Charity Ball 2017 - Norwich

Our Christmas Ball will take place on 2 December 2017 in Norwich. Hosted by our Patron, Mary-Louise Chandler, with an amazing line-up of Celebrities - Arianna Morgan, Paul Manners, Amrick Channa, Krystatic & Josh Holdis - providing live entertainment alongside the amazing Frankie's Boys. Tickets at just £55 per person are an incredible bargain.  Sponsorship Options Available. Book your tickets today!

More Local Support for Families

More Local Support for Families

"Glad I came, so looking forward to the next meeting".  Are you parenting / caring for someone with FASD?  Our UK wide network of Link Groups are for you. Three new groups begin before Christmas in Widnes, Newark and Bedford and many other groups are meeting in between now and Christmas.  If you want more details, please e-mail Diane at familysupport@fasdtrust.co.uk to find out more. 

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Get support now

If you are affected by FASD, think you may be affected by FASD, or are a parent or carer for someone with FASD we are here to help. 

Call our Help Line on 01608 811599 or email us here >

Training

We are the UK's leading provider of training on all aspects of FASD.  We provide training for medical staff to foster carers; bespoke and public courses. 

Call us on 01865 249771 to discuss or View our upcoming courses  >

FASD- learn more

FASD is a series of preventable birth defects caused entirely by a woman drinking alcohol at any time during her pregnancy.

To learn more view our FASD knowledge centre  >

Who are The FASD Trust?

The FASD Trust was started in January 2007 in response to the growing number of requests for information being received by the adoptive parents of a child diagnosed as having FASD (Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders).   read more...