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This in-depth article brings together multiple information sources to better understand the role of family factors in the outcome of individuals with FASD, and how the family is affected by raising a child with this lifelong condition.

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This is an article on several FASD intervention research projects. Study #5, starting on page 15, presents information on the efficacy of the FMF Program intervention model. This article is the property of Research in Developmental Disabilities and should not be reproduced for commercial purposes

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This site is primarily for health care providers and systems to learn about training in the Families Moving Forward (FMF) Program intervention.  The FMF Program is a behavioral consultation treatment designed for families raising preschool and school-aged children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) or prenatal alcohol exposure.