The Conversation: Why suicide prevention support is crucial for people with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

Retrieved from Published: September 27, 2022 4.29pm EDT Authors: Kelly D. Harding Adjunct Professor, Psychology, Laurentian University Carly McMorris Associate Professor of Education, University

FASD and Suicidality: Rates and Associated Factors

KEY MESSAGESRates of suicidality among individuals with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) are greater than that of the general population and many other disability groups.

Stakeholder Perspectives on Risk factors and Opportunities for Suicide prevention among individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

The Problem: Mental health concerns for individuals with FASD can contribute to a risk for suicide in this population. Few studies address this topic of

Caregivers Needed: “Stakeholder Perspectives on Risk Factors and Opportunities for Suicide Prevention Among Individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).”

If you are a caregiver to a child and/or youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), we’d love to hear from you! Researchers at the

Participants Needed: Caregivers of children and youth (7-24) with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) in Alberta

We would like to hear from families of children, youth, and young adults (7-24) with FASD. Participation in this research study involves an online survey

Research: Suicide risk in adolescents with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders

Mary J. O’Connor Larissa C. Portnoff Michael Lebsack‐Coleman Katrina M. Dipple First published: 24 January 2019 Abstract Background The teratogenic effects of prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE)