FASD Awareness was established in 2018 to support the FASD community and raise awareness of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).
These two aims are met by providing support & friendship groups, activity days, education, training, and information to the FASD community and the wider population.
FASD Awareness is a family-focused organisation and is the essential bridge linking those with lived experience with clinicians and support services.
Is to help build brighter futures for the FASD community and educate all, to understand how prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE) is caused and can be reduced when parents are fully informed.
To be a strong and effective voice for individuals and families living with FASD, while supporting initiatives across the UK, to promote education, diagnosis, intervention, and management.
Meet Our Team
Meet Our Team
FASD Ambassador: Maggie
FASD Ambassador: Rosie
FASD Ambassador: Steven
The High Sheriff of Kent Award 2019
Tracy Allen, with her dedicated family, has fostered children and cared for adults with FASD for over 18 years. Tracy’s strive for a greater understanding of the condition, the need to build a network of professionals with the necessary knowledge, and her tenacity to help others, led her to launch The FASD #BeAware Campaign. This initiative set out to raise greater awareness of FASD and support individuals, their families and carers living with FASD.
A series of short FASD films have been vital in her #BeAware campaign. Tracy believes everyone should understand what Prenatal Alcohol Exposure (PAE) is, and FASD education should be easily accessible so the general population are fully informed.
Tracy’s goal is to help the FASD community to work together for positive change, enabling successful outcomes for FASD individuals and their families and carers.
Her family experience and journey have empowered her to shine a light on the importance of a correct diagnosis, supported by a person-centred, holistic management plan for individuals living with FASD.
Tracy would like you to join her, to support FASD Awareness in whatever way you can. FASD can be an outcome for any family if they are not fully informed or aware of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure (PAE)