The biggest reason we have so many people living with FASD in Canada is a lack of awareness and knowledge about the effects of alcohol consumption during pregnancy. You can help by educating yourself, and your friends and family about FASD and how it can be prevented. Not sure where to start? We can show you how as we march, advocate, raise awareness, and support people with FASD and their families, friends and caregivers.
Learn more about ABLE2’s Fetal Alcohol Resource Program (FARP) here.
You can also write a letter to your local politician to advocate for people with FASD and their families.
More resources, including educational workshops, our annual FASD Symposium, and more are available here.