Distributor:  National Film Board of Canada
Length:  40 minutes
Date:  2002
Genre:  Expository
Language:  English
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F.A.S.: When the Children Grow Up

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When a pregnant woman drinks alcohol, she can do irreparable harm to her baby. This program explores the realities of living with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.

F.A.S.: When the Children Grow Up

When a pregnant woman drinks alcohol, she can do irreparable harm to her baby. This program explores the realities of living with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (F.A.S.) and partial F.A.S., called Fetal Alcohol Effects (F.A.E.), the leading causes of birth defects. The effects associated with F.A.S. continue even when children become adults.This documentary tells the stories of three adults living with F.A.S., along with commentary from experts in the field

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Awards

USA, Olympia, Itinerant - Western Psychological Association (WPA) Film Festival, 27-Apr-2006

Citation

Main credits

Bartlett, Sharon (film director)
Bartlett, Sharon (film producer)
Bartlett, Sharon (screenwriter)
LeRose, Maria (film director)
LeRose, Maria (film producer)
LeRose, Maria (screenwriter)
LeRose, Maria (narrator)

Other credits

Camera, Roger McGrath [and 3 others]; editor, Michael Taylor; original music, David James.


Distributor credits

Docuseek2 subjects

Illness, Disease and Disorders
Alcohol, Drugs and Substance Abuse
Maternal and Child Health
Disabilities

Distributor subjects

People with disabilities
Health and Medicine
Fetal alcohol syndrome

Keywords

; "F.A.S.: When the Children Grow Up"; National Film Board of Canada; fetal alcohol syndrome;

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