CanFASD Want To Hear From You!


One of the goals of the CanFASD blog is to build knowledge of FASD and share this knowledge across communities. They want to help all of us learn about research that is meaningful and relevant, and they are trying to do this in a couple of ways:

  • Over the years, CanFASD has written a series of issue papers to highlight particular areas of FASD research with implications for policy makers, researchers, service providers, and individuals living with FASD and their families. We have a few issue papers in the works right now, but we also want to know if there are topics you would like to see featured in the future.
  • As you know, there are new studies released every day in the FASD field, but many of these research articles are unavailable for public access. If there is a specific article that you want to see summarized on the blog, send us your request and we will do our best to share that information with you.

If there are topics or articles that you want to learn more about, send them an email at


  1. I can’t seem to learn enough. Love to read everything I can find. Age 63. Now my past years make more sense. I was adopted, alcohol in parents. Repeditive learner, always would fall behind, became class 🤡. The list goes on. Started using drugs in 5th grade ect.

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