are increasingly vulnerable to the secondary disabilities associated with.
A lack of understanding from the general public adds to housing and employment difficulties, making many adults with FASD dependent on their caregivers.
[15•] evaluated adults with FAS (30±8y) using several cognitive and social measures. Compared to controls, adults with FAS had shorter.
Billy Nelson, left, and Joe Schaffer are among eight young men with fetal alcohol syndrome who live at Westbrook farm west of Duluth. The home specializes in teaching adults with fetal alcohol brain damage to live more independently. There are very few places in the country that.