Alcohol Babies @ Work

People with disabilities must tailor their career plans to accommodate their special needs. The workplace needs to be responsive and adapt to these needs, too. In the case of alcohol babies, few supportive settings are currently available where young adults can learn to do a good job under the needed supervision. FASD is now a clinically-recognized disability, and income supports and job coaches are available to individuals who require them. But the help most needed is for work settings adapted to people with alcohol brain injuries.