1509 Sherbrooke St. Peterborough
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 **