Project “Take Ten”
FASD Awareness Survey
Project "Take Ten" is a new way to raise awareness about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.
Anybody can participate. You can make a difference!
These are the goals:
These are your choices:
Individual teams up with a partner to ask 10 individual people 10 questions (great for teens)
Download the individual "Take Ten" survey kit here
Teacher or group member takes 10 minutes to conduct a group survey in the classroom or group
Download the "Take Ten" class/group survey kit here
This is how it works:
Your efforts are appreciated. It is important to raise awareness about the dangers of alcohol use during pregnancy and the seriousness of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. Your participation can help ensure healthier babies in the future and a healthier community today.
More ideas on raising awareness can be found at www.fasday.com
More information about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders can be found at www.fascrc.com
Contact Teresa Kellerman to conduct a seminar for your group at www.fasstar.com