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Why suicide prevention support is crucial for people with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

By Kelly D. Harding, Adjunct Professor, Psychology, Laurentian University
Carly McMorris, Associate Professor of Education, University of Calgary
Dorothy Badry, Professor, Social Work, University of Calgary
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Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) is a multifaceted disorder. There are complex reasons why this population may be at higher risk for suicide, suicide attempts and suicidal ideation.The Conversation

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