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Exposure to alcohol during pregnancy can impact a young child’s development. This course will provide primary health and social service providers with guidance to support the early identification of children who may be at-risk of FASD and direct them toward timely access to diagnosis and intervention.
We would like to acknowledge the Mississauga Halton LHIN for funding the development of this course. 


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