The Minister of Health put out an FASD Awareness Day Press Release
The Ministry of Health launched a new FASD website
The Weekend Sun article written by their Assistant Editor Cayla-Fay Euinton based on her personal experience of having a younger brother with FASD. Red shoes and conversing about FASD
NOFAS produced this short video with Dr. Tony Dunn, an FASD Champion with ACOG, The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Dr. Dunn talks about the importance of screening pregnant women for alcohol use, and points out that alcohol, out of all the substances of abuse (including opioids) is the most damaging for the developing baby.
Here is a post already prepared that you can use on your Facebook page.
You may wish to add a different lead in but the Facebook post main text is:
9 September is Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness Day. Chance of pregnancy? Don't drink 'til you know for sure.
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