FASD Action Group
FASD is a worldwide public health concern. Everyone of us, in some manner, has been affected by this invisible disability. As a result, a diverse group of people from multiple disciplines formed the FASD Action Group in 2016. The goal was to build awareness and create services for Hawaii’s diverse population and individuals, families, and communities impacted by FASD. In September 2017, the FASD Action Group convened a conference, “FASD: Interventions for an invisible disability” and offered an all-day assessment training. The conference and training opened our hearts and minds, increased awareness of interventions that work, and issued a call for community action to address FASDs statewide.
FASD Action Group Updates
• FASD Information and Educational Resources (books & DVDs to borrow; free brochures) at the Hawaii Prevention Resource Center, Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii, 1130 N. Nimitz Hwy., Suite A259, Honolulu, 96717, 808.545.3228 ext. 34. For online resources visit www.hiprc808.org and access Resources under Training & Resources.
• Conference 2017: “FASD: Interventions for an invisible disability” The program and presentations are for all to download. For a quick overview of the conference speakers and topics: Download PDF of the Program at a Glance. For detailed information on the conference and presenters: Download PDF of the Full Program (36.7MB). For handouts from select presentations, visit www.hiprc808.org and access Resources under Training & Resources.