Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
FASD is a silent health epidemic affecting 1 in 25 Canadians. Unfortunately, this common disability continues to be stigmatized, misunderstood and ignored by most.
At the FASD Centre we’re dedicated to changing this – one person at a time.
Since 2004, the FASD Centre has worked to provide education and awareness, supports and programming for individuals, families and workers.
While we have excellent training to understand FASD from a social and medical viewpoint as a complex disability, we’re also well trained by those who understand the disability best: individuals and families.
FASD: Fairness. Advocacy. Support. Dignity.