Does North Carolina Do Enough to Help Children Affected by a Mom’s Prenatal Alcohol Use?

Amy HendricksFamilies, News & Events

“Larry Burd, director of the North Dakota Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Center argues that FASD likely affects more people but public knowledge and understanding of it are nowhere near the recognition level of autism. “What’s really lacking now,” Burd said, “is organization and recognition at the state level. North Carolina needs a task force.”
– North Carolina Health News

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