Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) Checklist

The Fetal Alcohol syndrome (FAS) checklist is a listing of the most common indicators that can indicate the a child was affected in-utero by their mother's alcohol use. These symptoms include (but are not limited to) small head, heart problems, cognitive issues, lack of coordination, impaired senses, hyperactivity, mood swings, renal complications, short height, excessive thinness of build. If a child shows one or more of these symptoms they should be screened for FAS.

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