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Are you a person with (possible) FASD seeking help?

Are you concerned about stigma?

If you are impacted by FASD, you may have heard messages in the media or public that stigmatize FASD, neurodiversity, and/or people living with disabilities. 

This can feel devaluing and affect people’s sense of belonging, and cause feelings of shame that make it hard for you to talk about FASD without fear of judgment. 

At ConnectFASD we recognize how common these messages are, and we are here to listen.

We would like to hear your stories and offer reassurance. We aim to help promote a spirit of inclusivity and inspire a community of belonging that embraces your unique view.

For more information about me with FASD, please view this fact sheet.

All of our fact sheets can be found here.