When unsupported, many individuals with FASD may depend on systems during their lives.
Justice services such as police, courts, lawyers, and corrections create an essential feedback cycle for behaviors that can be high risk.
Education systems create indispensable structure and opportunities for individuals with cognitive, behavioral, and developmental learning needs.
We believe that FASD informed systems are vital to creating spaces that are safe and supportive for everyone. We aim to support service providers to make meaningful connections and solutions and to help individuals with FASD to navigate these systems successfully.
For more information about FASD and justice system, see our fact sheet here.