The Choices We Make During Pregnancy Bilingual Poster

Project Description

Alcohol can damage the brain and body of an unborn child. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) describes the wide range of lifelong mental, behavioural, and physical effects on children if their mothers drank alcohol while pregnant. Drinking no alcohol during pregnancy is the best way to prevent FASD. Stopping alcohol use anytime during pregnancy will reduce the risks of FASD. No amount of alcohol is safe during any stage of pregnancy. Everyone has a role in preventing FASD and supporting those who are affected by FASD.

Project Details

Department Health
Year Published 2001