New Zealand: Teenagers Left Homeless Without Support For Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisorderPosted November 02 2021
Children who are diagnosed with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) face many obstacles, making it harder for them to thrive.
While early diagnosis and support can help children with this condition to grow up as thriving adults, services are not adequate in New Zealand. This lack of support is a serious Human Rights issue.
And the practices and products of the alcohol industry are fuelling the problem.