Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is a combination of mental and physical disabilities present at birth due to the consumption of alcohol during pregnancy.
Information about FASworld, a world wide self help group dedicated to raising awareness for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Links and a support group available.
Article by Debbie Evensen, discussing concerns about the educational implication of teaching prenatally alcohol/drug exposed children.
A list of causes, and recommendations on how to handle alcohol and pregnancy.
Provides screening and assessment, resource materials, and information on support groups in the Alaska area.
A collection of articles discussing this diagnosis.
A Consultation, Education and Training Service located in Portland, Oregon.
Information on fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, living with it and caring for those affected by it, as well as how to prevent it.
A comprehensive list of possible damage done by alcohol use, a brain image, and additional statistical information.
Resources for information.
A review of contemporary research, by Anuppa Caleekal, with implications for alcohol and prenatal education.
Statistics and other information on fetal alcohol syndrome and how it can be reduced.
Located in Seattle, WA., this organization diagnosis and works with children diagnosed with this disorder.
A description of the syndrome and how to avoid it.
Dedicated to eliminating birth defects caused by alcohol consumption during pregnancy and improving the quality of life for those individuals and families affected.
Dedicated to prevention, education, and support.
Thanks to DMOZ, which built a great web directory for nearly two decades and freely shared it with the web. About us