CDC Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Application
This app is hosted by Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in the U.S. and provides a way for users to
access the latest information related to alcohol and pregnancy and FASD. It targets people a wide range
of audiences - from women planning a pregnancy to health care providers to families and educators,
this application allows users to easily find and share the latest in the prevention, recognition, and
treatment of FASDs.
Get up on it. Online.
This is a site designed for teens – encouraging community involvement and avoid developing problems
with alcohol drugs and gambling.
Depending on your location, you may have access to an FASD Resource Library. Resources may
include a range from children’s books for kids about FASD, books for parents and caregivers,
educational strategies, information for social workers and other frontline workers who work with youth
and young adults with FASD, and FASD screening toolkits for health professionals.
See below for a listing people/locations that have an FASD Resource Library:
● Corner Brook
● Grand Falls-Windsor
● St. John’s