FASD & the Justice System

 

American Medical Association. Harmful Consequences of Alcohol Use on the Brains of Children, Adolescents, and College Students.- a compilation and summary of two decades of comprehensive research on how alcohol affects the brains of youth.
http://www.ama-assn.org/ama/pub/category/9416.htm l

Buxton, Bonnie. (2004). Damaged Angels: A Mother Discovers the Terrible Cost of Alcohol in Pregnancy. Toronto: Knopf.

Clarren, Dr. Sterling. Keynote Address to the Yukon 2002 Prairie Northern Conference on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
http://www.come- over.to/FAS/Whitehorse/WhitehorseArticleSC1.htm
 

Department of Public Safety Canada (2009) FASD Bibliography, Ottawa.

Public Health Agency of Canada. (2003) FASD: A Framework for Action. Ottawa. (originally published under auspices of Health Canada)
http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/publicat/fasd-fw-etcaf-ca/index.html

Laporte, Annette, Terralyn McKee, Zenon Lisakowski, Albert F. Chudley, Julianne Conry. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, A Message to Police Officers about FASD. Royal Canadian Mounted Police, D Division. Online: http://www.asantecentre.org/pdf/latestfasguide.pdf

McKee, Terralyn. (March 1, 2006). FASD and Police Services. Presentation at the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorders Symposium for Justice Professionals, Toronto, ON

Nanson, Dr. Jo. (March 1, 2006). Alcohol-exposed Youth & the Court. Presentation at the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorders Symposium for Justice Professionals, Toronto, ON

Roberts, G. & Jo Nanson. (2002) Best Practices: FAS/FAE and the effects of other substance use during pregnancy. Ottawa:Health Canada

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (2004). Substance Abuse Treatment and Care for Women: Case Studies and Lessons Learned. Vienna: United Nations