|CanFASD wants to hear from adults with FASD about their strengths and successes!|
CanFASD is doing a new study to learn about how adults with FASD see themselves, what they’re good at, and how they feel about their lives.
There is not a lot of research on strengths and success in people with FASD. Strengths-based research is important for creating a more balanced, hopeful, and optimistic understanding about FASD. This can ultimately increase wellbeing for people with FASD and their families.
CanFASD is looking for people with FASD who are 18 years or older, in Canada and worldwide to complete a survey. It will take about an hour to finish. By being in this study, you will help others learn more about FASD and how to provide better support for people with FASD. You will also be helping to decrease the stigma of FASD.
If you or someone you know are interested in completing the survey, follow the link below.
|If you don’t have internet but still want to do the study, you can contact Katy Flannigan at email@example.com. Someone from the research team will ask you the questions over the phone.|