We are now launching the all-new Me and My FASD Club Series 1.
900 families across the whole of the UK can subscribe here to the Me and My FASD Club Series 1 and receive a total of 5 magazines and other resources between now and March 2024.
Join us! You are not alone!
Many people with FASD can and do achieve.
The Me and My FASD Club helps people with FASD to show their strengths and share strategies that help.
You may have been part of our earlier test programme for the Me and My FASD Club.
300 families received Me and My FASD Club packs in 2021 and 2022. This was an experiment to see if we could do it.
Those young people and their families gave us feedback that helped us prove to funders that young people with FASD wanted to be part of the Me and My FASD Club.
Check out the magazines and resources below if you haven’t seen them yet and stay tuned for more to come soon!
This issue from our pre-series is full of activity sheets that were tested out by other kids with FASD. Show your trusted adults, you can do these together.
This issue has lots of fun activities and articles about other young people with FASD.
This shows how awesome people with FASD are!
Our stay at home guide has lots of fun ideas and things to do at home. This was sent out to the 300 kids who were part of the Club in 2021 but the activities are still fun today!
Ask your parents or carers to have a look at the Me and My FASD items on our Merch Page. We are selling these at ‘cost’ – what it costs us to get them printed and shipped to you. We are sorry but for now we can only post these items to the UK.
Funds for the Me and My FASD Club are provided through the support of Pears Foundation (via Contact),
including as part of Government's £750 million charities package.
National FASD greatly appreciates this programme that enables us to help us support people with FASD.
A thanks also to the DHSC - a couple of the items that are part of our resources were created as part of a partnership between Seashell and National FASD, funded by the DHSC.
The Contact/Pears/DCSM grant made it possible to pilot the programme to 300 young people across England during COVID and a 2022 and 2023 grant is subsidising the launch to 900 families across the UK in 2023-2024.