four youth

International FASD Awareness Day is an important time for us to recognize the strengths of children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) and their families and the challenges they face in our society. FASD is a life-long disability that is often misunderstood and accompanied by significant stigma for those affected by it. Today, we have an opportunity to highlight the experiences of children and youth with FASD and their families and help change the perception of what it means to live with this disorder.

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