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FASD Prevention
Specific prevention strategies have been shown to have positive impacts in preventing or reducing alcohol use in pregnancy and also in reducing negative outcomes for those affected by FASD.

FASD prevention involves much more than providing information about the risks of alcohol use in pregnancy. There are four levels of FASD prevention and all are important.

What Health Care Providers Can Do:

“Brief alcohol interventions and support, before and during pregnancy, is a key strategy to prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).”
                        – www.bccewh.bc.ca

Refer Frequently Asked Questions for answers to some of the questions often asked by patients about FASD.