Social, cultural, and economic barriers to FASD diagnosis and intervention abound. This book, from street level, makes the case that improving this situation requires judicial education, a standardized screening procedure, resources, an accessible port of entry into FASD assessments with the court system, and lots of perseverance. This book brings together a spectrum of voices form the community, including legal professionals, healthcare workers, educators, and, most importantly, individuals and families dealing with FASD. If you have a loved one with FASD, you will find comfort in the compassionate approach presented throughout this book.
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