Toronto’s Turning Point Youth Services is hosting a small group FASD training at their Wellesley Street East office on March 3rd & 4th 9:00 am-4:00 pm.
The training will enhance your understanding of FASD, a complex neurodevelopmental disability. Training components integrate research and best practice to shift the focus away from behaviour and toward understanding neurodevelopment and function. This approach is proven to enhance the effectiveness of interventions and improve outcomes for those living with FASD.
Training Agenda – 12 hours
1. How does FASD present?
3. Brain NOT Behaviour
4. Creating Environmental Supports – home – school – community
5. How FASD impacts caring – defining appropriate and realistic and attainable goals
6. Coordinating a community response – what are the benefits of dynamic case management
7. Planning for the future-what does it all mean?
For registration information please see visit www.fasdtraining.com