Fact Sheets

Here are some useful fact sheets to help you get started with the assessment and diagnosis process and in seeking early intervention. The fact sheets contain a range of questions that your health practitioner may ask you in order to build a case history for your child.

The following fact sheet provides a useful summary of the common behavioural characteristics of FASD across the lifespan. This fact sheet may be useful to share with school communities and other service providers.

The following fact sheets provide information on common FASD behaviours and consequences. We have included a range of strategies and environmental accommodations that may help to improve quality of life outcomes.

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