There is no cure for FASD. The brain and body were damaged when they were developing. Research on FASD prevention, diagnosis, interventions and effective supports is expanding rapidly. There are many effective programs and supports that help to improve outcomes for people with FASD. With appropriate supports and services, people living with FASD can lead fulfilling happy lives. Examples of appropriate supports include special education, vocational programs, tutors, structured environments, and lifelong support. Often these supports aren’t available or are they very expensive to pay for privately. As research on FASD and brain development continue, more will be discovered that can improve the outcomes for those living with FASD.