Caregivers’ voices needed for Alberta study on FASD and suicide prevention

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Rates of mental health challenges and suicide are disproportionately high for people with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). Researchers from the University of Calgary and CanFASD are working on a new project to understand the risk factors and opportunities for suicide prevention among youth with FASD.

The research team is looking for caregivers of people with FASD from Alberta, Canada to participate in a short survey. The researchers hope what they learn from the study can help them to better understand mental health needs among this population. The survey is online so you will need a device with an internet connection.

Survey participants will also have the opportunity to indicate if they are interested in participating in a qualitative interview with the research team to further speak about their experiences.

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