This printable handout can be used by a person with FASD (or their caregiver) to advocate for themselves when working with educators or other professionals. A page with targete3d tips and suggestions are include for a variety of personal situations:

  • I’m pregnant…of course I want a healthy baby…but:
  • I am an infant with an FASD……please:
  • I am a toddler with an FASD…please:
  • I am a preschooler with an FASD…please:
  • I am an elementary child with an FASD…please:
  • I am an adolescent with an FASD…please:
  • I am a young adult with an FASD…please:
  • I am a middle-aged adult with an FASD…please:
  • I am an elder with an FASD…please:
Life is Sacred Booklet
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Credit / Sources

This was created by Suzie Kuerschner, MEd, FASD Consultant and Trainer, and first shared at via the University of Washington’s Fetal Alcohol and Drug Unit.

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