Personal Stories

The following stories are from people who have had intimate contact with FASD.  The stories are from birth parents, foster and adoptive parents and people with FASD.  It is critical for health practitioners to read about the personal side of FASD to flesh out the clinical aspect of the condition.  The problem that people with FASD have not being able to link cause and consequence means one thing when it is written on paper but it means something completely different to parents.


This is a poem from the founder of the rffada, Elizabeth Russell.  It may help to explain some of the reasons pdfwhy women may use alcohol while pregnant128.55 KB.

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