Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Training and Consultancy
FASD affects 1 in 100 babies born in the United Kingdom *
FASD is the leading known preventable disability
FASD is a set of physical, mental and neurobehavioural disorders which are a direct result of maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
FASD is a lifelong irreversible condition.
FASD training is recommended for those working in the following fields:
- Social care
- Prisons and Probation
- Fostering, Adoption and Residential Services
- Learning disability
- Alcohol advice and care
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With 1 in 100 people affected in the UK – FASD is a largely unknown subject that is having a major impact on society. The binge drinking culture of today may increase the FASD statistics in the future.
* Estimated figures based on international studies