The National Organisation for FASD, previously NOFAS-UK, has launched a public outreach campaign aimed at young adults. The new FASD prevention project, “Educating Young People about the Risks of Alcohol in Pregnancy”, targets the 15- to 25-year old range. Check out the new website here.
This campaign is for people under 25, the ones who can toss aside all the old excuses and inaction. It’s time for fresh perspectives and change. Have a look around!
Everyone knows we don’t feed alcohol to babies. But did you ever think where the alcohol goes when a pregnant woman has a drink? Is it worth the risk? In a world where we too often can’t control things, FASD is something we can do something about. We can create brighter futures.