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Family-Oriented Booklets

Parents and caregivers expressed a need for more information on how to address the challenging behaviors of individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). In response, Center staff created two family-oriented booklets.

How to Have a Healthy Baby Series

These booklets provide tips for women, family and friends, and professionals on having an alcohol-free pregnancy. They can be used in rack displays in libraries, physicians' offices, drugstores, and other settings or distributed as handouts at workshops, PTA meetings, or other meetings.

What Do I Do? Helping Your Kids Understand Their Siblings Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

What Do I Do?: Helping Your Kids Understand Their Sibling’s Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

This booklet provides guidance to parents on understanding sibling relationships when FASD is involved.

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My Sibling Has a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Can I Catch It?

My Sibling Has a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Can I Catch It?

This booklet is targeted to young people who have a sibling with an FASD. It answers questions about FASD and helps children explore feelings they may have about FASD and its impacts on their lives.

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Instructions for Printing Booklets

For best quality, booklets should be printed on 60 lb paper. The trim size is 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" and crop marks are indicated. A laser or other high-resolution printer is recommended. Professional print shops can print from the PDF file and trim the booklets if you do not have access to the needed equipment. The booklets may be reproduced on a color copier, but the quality will not be as good. Each booklet contains an insert page that requires collating after printing.