Please find above flyer for parents/caregivers to join us in celebrating FASD Awareness Month virtually on September 20th at 6pm! Please share broadly in your networks as this is a peer support group that is open to any parent/caregiver throughout the province of ONTARIO seeking a positive, solution focused environment to support their children/youth impacted by suspected or diagnosed FASD.
YOU WILL LEARN:
For Caregivers and Professionals supporting individuals with diagnosed or possible Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
Presented by the Halton FASD Resource Team
How prenatal exposure to alcohol affects brain and body development
How FASD impacts behaviour and functioning
A framework for supporting individuals with FASD across the lifespan
Four Module Training-Free for all!
If you have any questions, contact email@example.com
TWO-DAY IN-PERSON TRAINING- October 4 & 5; 9am-4pm
Lions Hall, Burlington. Maximum 50 Participants
FOUR MODULE VIRTUAL TRAINING- Wednesdays, November 4, 15, 22 & 29; 6:30-8:30pm
FOUR MODULE VIRTUAL TRAINING- Free
This is now SOLD OUT.Training Opportunity. People can register through the Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/advancing-the-agenda-fasd-training-with-donna-debolt-tickets-681003498797?aff=oddtdtcreator.
If they are unable to attend, a recording of the training will be sent out to all those who register.
Registration is now open. See flyer for more details
Please join the fourth annual London & Region FASD Conference 2023. This virtual educational conference connects clinicians, researchers, experts, social and support workers, and the fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) community to share current research and resources, facilitate dialogue, and promote advocacy. This conference is ideal for researchers, medical and allied health professionals, educators, students, families, and adults and youth living with FASD in Southwestern Ontario and beyond.
This year’s conference title is: Breaking Stigma: Supporting Success in a Complex World. Our theme promotes inter/cross-disciplinary partnerships to translate academic theory into practice and allow personal and community experience to inform effective research and clinical strategies. The conference proudly offers:
• Current FASD research findings & implications
• Strategies for evidence-based treatment
• Interactive knowledge exchange during a
choice of educational workshops
• Regional resources, supports, & services for
families & individuals with FASD
• Personal accounts of lived experiences
Invited Plenary Lectures:
• Jeffrey Wozniak, PhD, LP
• Donna Debolt, BSW, RSW
• Éric Racine, PhD
• Claire Coles, PhD
• Jacqueline Pei, PhD, RPsych
We look forward to seeing you on October 24 & 25, 2023!