Youth living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in residential group settings require specialized supports and interventions. An organization dedicated to promoting essential community services is interested in learning what practices and guidelines exist to best support these youth and attend to their specific needs.
This report provides a high level overview of FASD and its assessment, diagnosis and treatment practices. Discussion and recommendations specific to residential settings, justice-involved youth and youth in care are presented. For more detailed information, links to publicly available reports are also provided. Click here to download resource.