FASD Gold Coast
FASD GOLD COAST is a volunteer group situated on the Gold Coast Queensland,
devoted to raising awareness of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and
Alcohol Related Neuro-developmental Disorders (ARND).
FASD Gold Coast wishes to sincerely thank the wonderful people who support and assist us:
Sue ~ NOFASARD SA, who helps on a personal level dealing with youngsters affected with FASD.
Sue's dedication and continual support goes way and beyond anything we could ever dream of.
She guides us in each step we take in our endeavors to help raise awareness of this debilitating disorder.
Tracey and Geoff at Foxnetwork/Hotkey
Sponsoring our Hotkey email address and Hosting our FASD Site.
Marketa and Keith from Affordable Steel Kit homes
Their invaluable help printing out flyers and brochures for our meeting
and being supportive in so many ways.
Rhonda for always being a true friend who never fails to support a good cause.
Anita and Rick from Hospitality Magic
Always willing to lend a helping hand and come up with great ideas and advice.
Thanks to Larissa and Baby ~ Our beautifully healthy models, mummy and sweet babe!
Darren, Senior Manager of the FASD Initiative with Alberta Children’s Services.
Darren tells me they have made a very public commitment to supporting others in getting out information related to FASD and they are very excited to support their colleagues in Australia.
What can we say except to pass on our most sincere thanks that you have shown us the way!!
To all those not yet "named" here....
Please accept this as NOT an over sight but of a very busy schedule and the excitement of our up and coming meeting and all the work to make it happen!!
You are all terrific and on behalf of the children and adults we aim to support and assist by raising awareness of FASD we sincerely thank you all from the depths of our hearts!
IF FASD INFORMATION IS NOT SHARED WITH THE PUBLIC,
FASD WILL NOT BE ERADICATED,
IT WILL JUST ESCALATE!
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is an irreversible condition but one which is entirely avoidable.
to alcohol, tobacco & other drugs for baby to be born as healthy as possible.
THERE IS NO KNOWN SAFE LEVEL OF ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION DURING PREGNANCY
Copyright © 2006-2007 FASD GOLD COAST QLD AUSTRALIA
Created ... October 2006