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For Those Who Help Others With FASD

Health Care Professionals

Physicians, nurses, counselors, psychologists, medical assistants, and other health care providers play a crucial role in advising pregnant patients not to drink and recognizing patients with FAS/FASD to ensure they receive the proper care and services. Learn more


Educators play a pivotal role in determining whether children with FAS/FASD reach their maximum potential. Learn more

Parents and Family

For expectant mothers and family planning. Learn more

Living With FASD

For all who help others with FASD. UCLA's Western Regional Training Center provides research and education resources. Learn more


FASD Center for Excellence

FASCETS – The mission of FASCETS is to contribute to the prevention of FASD by increasing the understanding of FASD as a brain-based physical disability, thereby preventing secondary defensive behaviors and improving outcomes.

FAS Community Resource Center


  • Damaged Angels by Bonnie Buxton
  • Fantastic Antoine Succeeds and Fantastic Antoine Grows Up by Judith Kleinfeld
  • ADHD and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders by Kieran O’Malley
  • Fetal Alcohol Syndrome by Ann Streissguth


  • Students Like Me: Teaching Children With Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
  • Worth the Trip: Raising and Teaching Children With Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
  • For the Child: Information on Mental Health and Advocacy for Resource Parents

For Language Delays

  • Baby Sign Language Flash Cards. 50 Card Deck – Briant Monta

For Sensory Processing Issues

  • The Out of Sync Child by Carol Kranowits

Lending Library

The Bill Dubovsky Memorial FASD Lending Library - A resource for parents, teachers, and professionals located in Culver City, CA. This is a free service to help you find other possible resources. Materials are loaned for free on the honor system.