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Proposal may ease access to education services for FASD

In Alaska, a proposed change to statewide regulations could expand the range of professionals who can diagnose Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and make a student eligible for special education services. Currently, only a physician is able to make the diagnosis. If the State Board of Education and Early Development passes ...

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Kathy Mitchell Speaks on FASD Awareness Month

This month, FASD Center for Excellence interviewed Kathy Mitchell, Vice President and International Spokesperson for the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.  Kathy talks about the work NOFAS has done to expand the FASD awareness to an entire month and their goals for the upcoming year.

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