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!
The Board of Trustees announces with regret that Julia and Simon Brown have resigned from their posts as Joint Chief Executives of The FASD Trust.
Julia’s and Simon’s decisions to resign were their own. We thank them for their long service to those whom the Trust seeks to serve.
With the support of my fellow Trustees, I have taken over temporarily as Chief Executive whilst remaining as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. The task that I now share with the Board, is to evaluate the Trust’s challenging financial position and then assess the options before us.
We hope this process of evaluation will be reasonably brief. But it is more important that it be thorough. Throughout the process, the Board of Trustees will remain focused on what we are trying to achieve for the people it is our privilege and duty to support.
David See - Chair and, Interim CEO
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"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 email@example.com to find out more.
How we can help
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 >
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 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...