The Families Moving Forward (FMF) Program, based in Washington State, offers services to help parents and caregivers deal with “clinically concerning behavior” by children ages 3 to 12 with prenatal alcohol exposure or fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD). The Program is now looking for participants to take part in a study for teachers to develop a website to support, train, and inform teachers on FASD. They are looking for preschool and elementary school teachers who have taught at least one student with FASD to participate. Later this year, the Program is hoping to finish development of an app for parents, Families Moving Forward (FMF) Connect, that will complement the teachers’ website. For that study, the Program is looking for parents of children with FASD ages 3 to 12, and is particularly interested in parents whose children were recently diagnosed. More information on both studies and FMF Connect can be found here.