Organized by the NPO SafEra with the financial participation of the OPHQ
Online virtual event https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/billets-colloque-sos-tsaf-sos-fasd-freng-152125915709
$225 for Group class of 15 to 25 students. Reserved for educational institutions, NPOs, social pediatric clinics and childcare centres. Includes a single access that can ask questions of the speakers (the group leader) and maximum 25 simulcast access (without interaction).
FASD is a neurodevelopmental handicap, often invisible, known internationally since 1975 (ICD-9: 760.71 F.A.S.), but is slow to be recognized in Quebec. This is why SafEra is organizing a symposium to address the various needs associated with FASD. You will be able to attend the participation of several speakers including:
SPEAKERS AND GUESTS:
- Speeches by minister (s) and deputy (s) [Ian Lafrenière, Lise Lavallée,…]
- Dr. Anne-Marie Goyette, developmental and behavioral pediatrician who will talk to us about the diagnosis of FASD and distinction from other neurodevelopmental disorder
- There will also be Ms. Francine Lussier, neuropsychologist, founder of Cenop as well as Ms. Valérie Rouby M. Ps., Neuropsychologist who will talk about the neuropsychological aspects of FASD and strategies
- You will also have the opportunity to attend various presentations including the one on effective daily strategies and interventions (school, social and others …)
- In addition to the presentation of the transition project for young adults with FASD: what young adults want presented by Hélène Courchesne and Manon Kelso, ABLE2 managers, Ontario.
- You will also have the chance to attend the presentation of the Dream Catcher approach project presented by the (Center of Excellence on FASD NB) by Annette Cormier, B. Sc. Inf. recipients of the Claudette Bradshaw Innovator Award.
- Psychotropic Medication Algorithm for FASD Dr. Mansfield Mela (MBBS, FWACP, MSc. Psych, FRCPC) presented by Colombe Turcotte, nurse and administrator member of Safera
- N.E.A.T. Clinic and Jordan’s Principle Francesca Dansereau, coordinator at the NEAT Clinic and Anny Lefebvre, coordinator of Indigenous Services at the NEAT Clinic. Founder of the clinic Dr. Caroline Zanni
- Danielle Nadeau, researcher at the CIUSSS de la Capitale Nationale, will present the results of the research: Prenatal exposure to alcohol and drugs in babies reported in child protection at birth – The tip of the iceberg?
- Capsule on the research in progress in the laboratory of Dr. Serge McGraw, of the Center for Research in Reproduction and Fertility (CRRF) of the University of Montreal, make it possible to precisely identify the impairments induced by prenatal exposure to alcohol on young embryos.
- Capsule by Pascal Gagné, doctoral candidate at the Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies at the University of Ottawa, presents: FASD & Inappropriate Sexual Behavior: Strategies for Caregivers and Professionals.
- Katerine and Gabriel capsule duo: When FASD invites itself into the couple’s life!
- Mocktails recipes
For more Information: https://colloquesostsaf.net/