With FASD still in its first and second generation of recognition, research plays a vital role in prevention, detection, and intervention.
Research is continually evolving and informing the work that we do. With the influx of studies being conducted, as a professional, it can be challenging to keep up with the many ways this can impact services offered.
At ConnectFASD, we aim to stay involved and informed about leading research and local study participation opportunities to keep our professional members informed. We aim to continue updating our Factsheets as new materials become relevant and offer the information in plain language for our neurodiverse readers.
“No knowledge about us, without us.”