NOFAS-UK Support Group

FASD Wellbeing Workshop – Living in the Here and Now

On 28 October 2017, the first NOFAS-UK FASD Wellbeing Workshop, ‘Living in the Here and Now,’ featured Dr Cassie Jackson, Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist, and Andy Jackson, member National FASD Advisory Committee. The workshop featured presentations followed by Q&A (not filmed) and scenarios for small group problem solving. NOFAS-UK seeks to maximise the impact of these workshops by freely sharing the insights and content.  You are not alone!


Dr C. Jackson “Living in the Here and Now” NOFAS-UK FASD Wellbeing Workshop (PDF)

Top tips from the small group breakout sessions:

      FASD Wellbeing Scenario 1 (PDF)



FASD Wellbeing Scenario 2 (PDF)


Info for Parents & Carers After Diagnosis Cassie Jackson (nee Hunt)

London FASD Wellbeing Workshops

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Starting in the autumn of 2017, we have re-branded our London support group, to emphasise our focus on promoting positive strategies for living with FASD.  Presentations from our newly framed Wellbeing Workshops will be videotaped and made available for all, along with related resources and any supporting materials.

Our upcoming Wellbeing Workshop is Saturday, 28 October 2017, 1.30 – 4.30 pm.

“Living in the Here and Now,” with Dr. Cassie Jackson (senior clinical psychologist) and Andy Jackson (member of the National FASD Advisory Committee). Cassie is author of the widely used publication for families after a diagnosis of FASD.

Wellbeing Workshop 28 October 2017 (PDF)

For ongoing support

NOFAS-UK is proud to be a member of the FASD UK Alliance, a coalition of groups and individuals from across the UK who are united together for positive social change for those affected by Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). The FASD UK Alliance has support groups spread across the UK.

In addition, the FASD UK Alliance hosts the largest and most vibrant UK online support group on Facebook: FASD UK. Please consider joining us there for daily support and insights.

The NOFAS-UK helpline is 020 8458 5951.  Our helpline advisor is available on Wednesdays if you would like to speak with someone from NOFAS-UK, or you can email help@NOFAS-UK.org.

If you are in crisis

Please know there is always help via the Samaritans, 24/7, free any time, from any phone if you dial 116 123.