The third level of the FASD Prevention Model includes specialized prenatal support and the provision of respectful and holistic care and treatment for girls and women who are using alcohol during pregnancy, and have related health, social, and financial concerns.
FASD Prevention Seminar Series: Level 1 Raising Awareness and Community Development
Canadian prevention specialists have identified four mutually reinforcing levels of prevention that include awareness building approaches, safe and respectful conversations about alcohol use, and holistic support services for pregnant and postpartum women who experience challenges with alcohol and other health and social concerns. This FASD month we wanted to focus on Level 1 prevention.
What’s happening for FASD awareness internationally?
With FASD Month underway, we thought why not take a look at what’s going on internationally for FASD!
Destigmatizing Considerations in FASD Prevention
Stigma is one of the biggest barriers to preventing fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and supporting those with this disorder.
New on CanFASD’s Youtube Channel – A Five-Part International Seminar Series on FASD Prevention
Canada FASD Research Network sponsored a five-part seminar series that brought together 14 researchers from across the globe to share what is known about preventing alcohol use in pregnancy and supporting women’s health.