FMF Study for Adults

Families Moving Forward (FMF) is working with the Adult Leadership Committee of FASD Change Makers to create an app for adults with FASD. The app, called My Health Coach, is intended to assist adults with FASD in daily life. FMF, which is simultaneously...

FASD United Family Navigator

FASD United (formerly NOFAS) has launched a new Family Navigator program to help people with FASD, their families, and their caregivers find “expert, confidential support and referrals.” The program, directed by Heather French, is intended for anyone and...

Webinar: FMF Connect and Other Resources

FMF Connect is an app being developed by the Families Moving Forward (FMF) program to support parents and caregivers of children with FASD or prenatal alcohol exposure. The developers are now looking for children and families to help test FMF Connect’s...

DiG FASD Study Seeks Participants

Researchers affiliated with the Indiana University School of Medicine are seeking participants for a study of impact of genetics on fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD). The Dissecting the Genetic Contributions to FASD study, or DiG FASD, is actively...

FMF Connect Study Seeks Parents and Children for New Phase

The Families Moving Forward (FMF) Program 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). Since 2017, FMF has been...

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