1. Facts on: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
2 page overview of FASD The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute, FASD Awareness Day Package by FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan Inc. 2009
www.preventioninstitute.sk.ca
PDF: FASD FACT SHEET

2. Idea List for Local Activities
This list of ideas will help you think about what you can do in your community to raise awareness about the risks of alcohol use during pregnancy.
http://www.beststart.org/apcampaign/idea_list.pdf
PDF: IDEA LIST OFR LOCAL ACTIVITIES

3. Questions and Answers on Alcohol and Tobacco Use in Pregnancy
2-page basic overview about alcohol and tobacco Use During pregnancy
http://www.bcapop.ca/uploads/9/9/0/1/9901389/questions__answers_sheet_on_alcohol__tobacco_use_in_pregnancy.pdf
PDF: ALCOHOL & PREGNANCY

4. Motherisk
Motherisk provides authoritative information and guidance to pregnant or lactating patients and their health care providers regarding the risks associated with drug, chemical, infection, disease and radiation exposure(s) during pregnancy.
There is help available. For more information on drinking and pregnancy, talk to your health care provider, call Motherisk 1-877-FAS-INFO (1-877-327-4636) or visit www.alcoholfreepregnancy.ca.
http://www.motherisk.org/

5. Best Start
The Best Start Resource Centre produces resources in multiple languages on a broad range of topics related to preconception health, prenatal health, and early child development. Most of our resources can be downloaded free of charge. Many of them can be adapted for local use.
http://en.beststart.org/
Here you will find many downloadable resources about alcohol and drugs and pregnancy
http://www.beststart.org/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?search=action&category=A00E&advanced=yes&sortkey=sku&sortorder=descending

6. The FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan
The FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan provides excellent resources about FASD. The FASD Network of Saskatchewan, a parent-led provincial organization, is for individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and their families to recognize themselves as safe, supported, valued and contributing members of the community.
http://www.skfasnetwork.ca/main/
Here is where you will find the resources developed by the The FASD Network of Saskatchewan . Most of these resources can be downloaded.
http://www.skfasnetwork.ca/main/resources/network-resources/

7. PREVENTION of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) A multi-level model
This document outlines 4 levels of prevention.
http://fasd.alberta.ca/documents/CanFASD_4_levels_of_prevention_brief.pdf
PDF: PREVENTION – MULTI-LEVEL MODEL

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