Increase Understanding of FASD

Building a shared understanding of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) allows teams to focus their goals and create individualized plans to support success for students. WRaP has developed a number of resources and tools that can be used to help build an accurate understanding of the effects of prenatal alcohol exposure. This list outlines tools that can be used to build the understanding and community resources that schools can access for further information and support.

Share Information with your School Community

The best way we can support students with FASD is to understand FASD as a brain-based disability. Learning more about FASD and creating teams of support at the school increases opportunities for capacity building and success. Here are some resources to explore:

Interested in professional learning opportunities? Contact the WRaP Project Coordinator or connect with Professionals without Parachutes

FASD Resources Available in your Community

In the province of Alberta, there a many resources available on FASD.

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