Symposium Poster – August 2018 final
with keynote address by renowned Vancouver
psychologist Dr. Brenda Knight
Hampton Inn by Hilton
100 Coventry Road, Ottawa
Limited free child care
available on Saturday
FULL DETAILS AND REGISTRATION AT
No Cost Event
with Dr. Brenda Knight
Care for the Caregiver:
an Evening for
Caregivers of Individuals with FASD
and/or Brain-based Disabilities
September 9th marks International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day.
We will also be hosting a special event with Dr. Knight: Care for the Caregiver: An Evening for Caregivers of Individuals with FASD and/or other Brain-Based Disabilities on Friday evening November 2, 2018 at the Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa. This event is offered at NO COST, however donations are welcome.
We encourage you to share the [copied] poster and the registration information (Eventbrite link below) widely in your networks, and look forward to seeing you at the Symposium.
For full details and Registration, please visit:
Save the Date 2nd Annual FASD Eastern Ontario Symposium
Friday, November 2nd &
Saturday, November 3rd
With Special Guest
Dr. Brenda Knight
Internationally recognized expert on the needs of individuals and families living with the complexities of FASD
Full agenda & location details to follow
Keynote sessions, breakout learning, networking & sharing, group discussions, + more.
For professionals, caregivers, and families
POPTION 1 Symposium 2018 Save the Date v2resented by Citizen Advocacy Ottawa Fetal Alcohol Resource Program.
Citizen Advocacy Kids Brain Health Network The Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health CHEO
Nov. 22 & 27th Community Living North Halton –
Gain a better understanding of the needs of individuals living with FASD; Benefit from shared beliefs and priorities; Receive coaching with an FASD perspective; Expand your skills and knowledge within the family’s circle of support.
2018 fall dates
Register at this link: https://cc.readytalk.com/registration/#/?meeting=vjkazm7ltp9r&campaign=a5ymhg95rabg
On November 22, the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services, Lisa MacLeod, announced a number of changes to Ontario Works (OW) and the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP).
These changes include:
- changing the definition of disability in ODSP to make it more restrictive
- changing the amounts of money that people in both OW and ODSP can keep when they work
- simplifying the rates
- consolidating supplements and benefits in both ODSP and OW
- more emphasis on local service delivery
- giving people on OW wrap-around supports to employment
- and much more
The webinar will:
- review the proposed changes
- explore what they will mean for low-income people in Ontario
- talk about next steps that people in community can take.
- If you are a group of people on social assistance or work with such a group, please consider setting up a group opportunity to watch the webinar together.
- The webinar will be taped for future viewing, for those who cannot participate live.
- The Minister’s press release is here: https://news.ontario.ca/mcys/en/2018/11/ontarios-government-for-the-people-announces-plan-to-restore-dignity-independence-and-empowerment-to.html
- Background information about the Minister’s announcement is here: https://news.ontario.ca/mcys/en/2018/11/reforming-social-assistance.html
Read our response to the Minister’s announcement here: http://incomesecurity.org/public-education/many-questions-few-answers-and-great-risk-for-people-with-disabilities/
Dr Ana Hanlon-Dearman, University of Manitoba, Manitoba FASD Centre
Better Nights, Better Days
for Children with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
Facebook Live Presentation
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and Sleep
Join us Thursday, January 17, 2019 @ 4:00 AT
Dr Ana Hanlon-Dearman,
University of Manitoba, Manitoba FASD Centre
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Group of Ottawa and Adopt4Life
PANEL PRESENTATION BY
CANADIAN EXPERTS ON FASD
PREVALENCE AND DIAGNOSIS
Come for questions and discussion!
Svetlana Popova M.D., Ph.Ds., M.P.H., Senior Scientist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Albert Chudley Professor, Department of Paediatrics and Child Health, University of Manitoba
Valerie Temple Ph.D., C. Psych, Surrey Place Centre Toronto
Colleen Burns, Clinic Training Services Coordinator, Lakeland Centre for FASD, Alberta
Casework for individuals with FASD cannot be done in isolation and the key component to creating a measure of success largely relies upon the construct of FASD Informed Practice.
As such FASD Informed Practice requires a shift in thinking and a model of service delivery that is reliant upon all service partners – in
collaboration with the care giving/placement/living network – to ensure improved outcomes for individuals with high needs.
This workshop will provide training on leading practice in response to the complex care needs of individuals with FASD.
February 8th & 9th, 2019 8:30-4 pm ** LUNCH PROVIDED **
Please let your physician know!
Citizen Advocacy of Ottawa Cheo Hospital Kids Brain Health Network Canada FASD Research Network
Community-Wide Physician GRAND ROUNDS
Alcohol, Pregnancy and Your Patients
Clinical Care Workshop
Thursday, February 14, 2019
1967 Riverside Dr.
FOR MORE INFORMATION