In the latest episode of FASD Hope, Natalie Vecchione meets with FASD advocate David Deere. Before retiring, David spent 15 years working in FASD-related programs funded by the CDC and SAMHSA. He now serves as treasurer for FASD United affiliate Arkansas None for Nine Arkansas None for Nine and as co-director of the Specialty Diagnostic Resource Center, the first clinic and resource center in Arkansas devoted to children and adolescents with FASD.

In this episode, Natalie and David will discuss the diagnosis, prevention, intervention, and ramifications of FASD.

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