Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is an umbrella term describing the range of effects that can occur in an individual whose mother drank alcohol during pregnancy. According to the Public Health Agency of Canada there is no safe amount, and no safe time, to drink alcohol during pregnancy. FASD has no cure; however with effective interventions, supportive environments, appropriate expectations and understanding, people with FASD can perform adequately and live fulfilling lives.
Check your knowledge of FASD by clicking on the 7 orange Christmas tree bulbs below that contain true/false questions. To check your answers, hover or click the question number again after submitting your answer. After completing the quiz, you have to click the link below the tree to submit your results along with your email address to be entered in the drawing.
Submit your results by January 5th for a chance to win a $50 value prize.
The drawing will be held January 6th.