There is NO 100% safe amount of alcohol during pregnancy.

FASD Resource Directory by Type

A Community Directory

CINOFAS maintains this resource directory of articles, research, training and other information. This directory also contains contact information for FASD-friendly professionals and programs such as diagnostic clinics, therapists and support groups.

Resource Additions

We “crowdsource” our resource directory. If you have suggestions to be included, especially “FASD friendly” doctors, clinics, and other service providers, please let us know using this form.

Resource Corrections

We do our best to maintain accurate resource information. If you find any corrections, please let us know using this form.

Instructions

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  • Resources can be viewed by Audience, Topic or Type. Use the site menu or the green “View by…” buttons to switch views.
  • Within each view, resources can be further filtered by clicking on the blue boxes.
  • Note that each resource may be assigned to one or more audience, topic or type
Viewing Individual Resources
  • Resources are listed alphabetically.
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  • Click on READ MORE to see the full resource
Viewing FASD-friendly Service Providers
  • Click on the blue Service Provider button

We are working to grow our list of FASD friendly providers around Indiana. If you have any additions or corrections, please send them to us!

Resources by Type

Children and teenagers with FASD require specific supports that are unique from other developmental disabilities and conditions. Many educators and school personnel have not been trained on these specific needs. If a parent has sent you this video, they are trying to provide you with tools that can help you ...
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Kristin Wiens (@kwiens62) developed the following infographic to help parents, caregivers, educators and others who work with kids. "Kids do well if they can." ~Ross Greene How can we reframe statements about behaviors to be more inclusive and empowering, and allow kids to do well...because they can! (My guess is ...
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The CDC has a wealth of information on FASD, including: Basic Information Education & Training Articles Multimedia & Tools Free Materials Research & Tracking Data & Statistics Information for Specific Groups ...
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Alcohol use during pregnancy is a major public health problem. One in 10 pregnant women reports alcohol use in the past 30 days. Drinking alcohol during pregnancy can cause miscarriage, stillbirth, and a range of physical, behavioral, and intellectual disabilities for the baby that can last a lifetime. These disabilities are ...
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Most of you are familiar with the statistic that 50% of all pregnancies are unplanned.  This can result in a woman harming her baby before she even knows she is pregnant. CINOFAS supports increasing the proportion of women who plan their pregnancies and engage in healthy behaviors before becoming pregnant to ...
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NOFAS has pulled together a set of general resources on FASD for adults living with FAD. These include: Creating Environments that Support Success Tips for FASD Adults on Daily Routine Strategies and Community Involvement Additional resources for adults living with FASD can be found here on the NOFAS website ...
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NOFAS has pulled together a set of general resources on FASD for educators. These include: “Hey Teacher” Brochure on FASD Video: 8 Magic Keys: Strategies for Students with FASD General Tips for Working with FASD Learners Essential Tips for Teachers Simple Proposals  for School Success MOFAS blog: Recommendations for the classroom ...
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NOFAS has pulled together a set of general FASD resources for the criminal justice system. These include: American Bar Association: FASD and Legal Issues FASD Legal Experts, Forensic Experts Fetal Alcohol and Drug Unit FASD and the Justice System, Canada-focus ...
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We are very excited to share the online version of a training that our Director Susan Elsworth has given several times around the State of Indiana titled "Bridging the Gap with Children to Recovery." Bridging the gap with children after addiction, in recovery, is designed to address a gap in ...
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We are very excited to share the online version of a training that our Director Susan Elsworth has given several times around the State of Indiana titled "Bridging the Gap with Children to Recovery." Bridging the gap with children after addiction, in recovery, is designed to address a gap in ...
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Since 1990, NOFAS has responded to requests for information on FASD. The organization has fielded calls, letters and emails from tens of thousands of concerned individuals seeking information, resources and help about the risks and consequences of drinking alcohol during pregnancy. People who contact NOFAS come from all walks of ...
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The Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders FASD Toolkit was developed by AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) to raise awareness, promote surveillance and screening, and ensure that all affected children receive appropriate and timely interventions ...
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We're excited to share a video interview from fasdforever.com. It's a conversation between Jeff Noble and R.J. Formanek titled "Flying with Fetal Alcohol." The video appeared originally at fasdforever.com. It's such an amazing of hope that we wanted to include it here in our online directory. We thank Jeff and R.J. for sharing ...
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[E] NOFAS has pulled together a set of general FASD resources for FASD, including including the Eight Magic Keys, and various strategies for all audiences ...
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Trying Differently Rather Than Harder, by Diane Malbin, M.S.W. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: A Parents Guide to Caring for a Child diagnosed with FASD, by Wake Forest University Fetal Alcohol Syndrome A Guide for Families and Communities, by Ann Streissguth The Broken Cord, by Michael Dorris Damaged Angels, by Bonnie Buxton ...
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OBJECTIVES: To determine the prevalence and characteristics of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) among first grade students (6- to 7-year-olds) in a representative Midwestern US community. CONCLUSIONS: Children who have FASD are more prevalent among first graders in this Midwestern city than predicted by previous, popular estimates ...
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NOFAS presented a webinar on “Resources for Families Living with FASD: What’s Out There?” with lots of useful practical information on resources and services for people living with FASD ...
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Edward Aull, M.D., Behavioral Pediatrician 13450 N Meridian Street Suite 354 Carmel, IN 46032 Phone: (317) 582-7654 Fax: (317) 582-7660 Contact: Edward Aull Specializes in ADHD and autism; he sees patients with FAS/FAE from Indiana and nearby states ...
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Step one is understanding the terminology and basic overview of FASD, and that living with the effects can be quite challenging on a daily basis. We will offer generic comments around medication, education, and conceptual theories used in parenting as these areas are best addressed by specialist in their field ...
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TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF – This is critical. The demands of caring for an individual with FASD are relentless and require unfathomable stamina. You are NOT being selfish craving out intentional time for yourself. When we are not in the best physical, psychological, emotional shape we scan be in, our ...
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Treatment and Support for Individuals Affected with FASD The following article was first shared by NOFAS. Click here to see additional resources, tools, materials, DSM & ICD coding and benefits of treatment and support.  Receiving a formal FASD diagnosis and having a firm understanding of that diagnosis can help families set ...
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Although drinking during pregnancy has long been considered taboo, new research suggests that as many as one in 20 U.S. children may have health or behavioral problems related to alcohol exposure before birth ...
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Many people with FASD (and many other developmental conditions) struggle with perception, which means they leave situations with different understandings of what took place. When asked about what happened, this difference in perception is often interpreted as lying. But it's not! In this video, we try and understand the concept ...
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Drinking During Pregnancy Have you heard conflicting messages about alcohol use during pregnancy? Here are answers to commonly asked questions about consuming alcohol during pregnancy and how to have a healthy pregnancy. Remember 049 – zero alcohol for nine months of pregnancy. No Safe Kind Is this serious? What’s the big ...
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Contact Info

Central Indiana NOFAS, Inc.
114 W. Tyler St.
Alexandria, IN 46001