The FACS Association (FACSA) was established in November 2012.
Founded by Emma Murphy and Janet Williams, FACSA are a not for profit support group providing information, support and help to children and their families diagnosed with the medical condition Fetal Valproate Syndrome.
Catherine Cox is Educational Advisor for FACSA and has 1 child diagnosed with FACS
The FACS Association is a sister organisation to In-FACT, both working together to ensure children with a diagnosis of FACS get the best care, support and advice.
FACS can affect a child to varying degrees ranging from dysmorphic facial features, cognitive impairments, spina bifida, cleft lip and palate, autistic spectrum etc