FASD Awareness Month – It’s Time We Looked at Alcohol

Amy HendricksFamilies, Health Care Professionals, News & Events, Women's Health

We used to smoke on airplanes. Drive without seatbelts. Use lead paint and asbestos. But then we woke up, looked at the facts. And, as a society, we decided to change things. It’s time we looked at alcohol use during pregnancy and the lifelong impact it can have on an individual. Stop the Misinformation! #moms2Bstayalcoholfree #healthypregnancies #alcoholandpregnancy #FASDs #FASDAwarenessMonth #FASDinNC … Read More

NOFAS Webinar on “How to Prevent FASD in Your Community”

Amy HendricksFamilies, Health Care Professionals, News & Events, Women's Health

NOFAS is hosting a free webinar on September 19th at 3:00pm Eastern on “How to Prevent FASD in Your Community.” The purpose is to bring together FASD advocates and professionals to work together to prevent FASD. NOFAS will feature FASD Month/Day Campaigns from across the U.S. This free one hour webinar is open to all. Several FASD advocates will present … Read More

September is FASDs Awareness Month!

Amy HendricksFamilies, News & Events, Women's Health

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) is a group of conditions that can occur in an individual who is prenatally exposed to alcohol. These effects may include physical, mental, behavioral, and learning disabilities with lifelong implications. Prevent the #1 cause of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in our country by being alcohol-free during pregnancy. Share this post to educate others and help … Read More

Mocktail Video Campaign for FASD Awareness Month

Amy HendricksFamilies, News & Events

You’re invited! Calling all members of the FASD community! Submit your own short video of yourself with your favorite mocktail! NOFAS will feature your video in September for FASD Awareness Month! Three people will be awarded prizes for the best videos. Your video can be as simple as recording yourself speaking to the camera about your favorite mocktail. You could … Read More

“Dear Men: You Need To Give Up Drinking While Your Partner Is Pregnant”

Amy HendricksFamilies, News & Events, Women's Health

This personal editorial states, “When I fell pregnant with my first son, giving up alcohol felt embarrassingly hard. What was even harder was my husband still enjoying social drinks and essentially carrying on ‘as normal’… I think it is time that pregnant women got together and demanded more of their partners. Giving up alcohol for at least some of the … Read More

Mocktail Video Campaign for FASD Awareness Month

Amy HendricksFamilies, News & Events, Women's Health

You’re invited! Calling all members of the FASD community! Submit your own short video of yourself with your favorite mocktail! NOFAS will feature your video in September for FASD Awareness Month! Three people will be awarded prizes for the best videos. Your video can be as simple as recording yourself speaking to the camera about your favorite mocktail. You could … Read More