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9th September FASD Day

9th September FASD Day

Meet Niamh.  Niamh is 18, has FASD and 9th September is the day for her and the thousands of other children and young people growing up today affected by FASD whom we support via our work here at The FASD Trust; the day when we draw attention to FASD, the potential life-long impact of drinking alcohol in pregnancy and highlight our work supporting all those affected by FASD.  This year we are wanting to Create Conversation about FASD - find out how you can get involved!

New Name, Familiar Format

New Name, Familiar Format

We have renamed our Support Groups, Link Groups and this Autumn (2017) will see new groups start places as far apart as Portsmouth, Bedford and Scotland!  A full listing will be posted soon.  If you would be interested in running a link group for us in your area the Link Group Host Training Days are held on a regular basis - email Diane at familysupport@fasdtrust.co.uk to register your interest.  

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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...