Thank you for your interest in the FASD ONE TEAM ASSESSMENT TRAINING COURSE. We are no longer accepting registration at this time. Please keep your eye on the FASD One website (https://fasdontario.ca/) for future opportunities to participate in this course or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
A comprehensive online course designed to promote and educate practitioners on multidisciplinary team processes for comprehensive FASD Assessment. Anyone looking to register can register for the next session on their waitlist.
What is the FASD ONE Assessment Team Training?
Welcome to the FASD ONE Assessment Team Training Course. This comprehensive collection of assessment information focusses on operationalizing the multidisciplinary team approach as recommended by the Canadian Guidelines for Diagnosis. The material has been compiled by a number of experienced FASD assessment clinicians and many individuals with FASD and family members who experience the impact every day. This training has been reviewed and supported by members of the FASD Ontario Network of Expertise.
Once we have received your registration, and it has been approved, you will be invited to participate in the course through a web based platform called Rise.com. You will have six weeks to complete the course by working through four modules that will consist of different learning modalities (text, graphics, videos, and audio) as well as occasional quizzes to ensure material understanding and retention.
The overall goal of this training is to discover how we can put the Canadian Guidelines for FASD Diagnosis Across the Lifespan into action, and to enhance our existing assessment services to be more inclusive of the many in need.
The course consists of 4 Online Modules that YOUR OWN TIME through the rise.com platform. You will have 8 weeks to finish the course and earn a Certificate of Completion.
The first cohort of participants will begin on July 4th, 2022 and will have until September 5th, 2022.
Course Creation and Contributions
We would like to honour the individuals, families, support people and advocates who came before us.
People have been working tirelessly for many years without much recognition or understanding from others, i.e. their family doctors, other service providers, school staff, family members and community etc. regarding the unique and very complicated circumstances that are a part of their everyday lives.
They are the reason the government has made these recent investments and we want to take a minute to share and stress that the individuals and families who are affected by PAE/FASD are our most important and meaningful teachers
Contributors to the course through professional expertise or vital lived experience:
Dr. Claire Mitchell
Dr. Louise Scott
Dr. Kimberly Harris
Mohamed (Mo) Oshalla
Reinier de Smit
We acknowledge FASD ONE for their ongoing commitment to raising awareness and building system capacity aimed to improve outcomes for people affected by PAE/FASD.
What is FASD ONE?
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Ontario Network of Expertise (FASD ONE) is a group that works together to address issues related to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in the province. Membership includes experts and specialists in research, health promotion, diagnosis, justice services, education, community and policy development, and service delivery as well as family members who have intimate knowledge of the practical needs of individuals with this disability. Action group members have been working together for a number of years but have formalized the collaborative approach in 2005. READ MORE HERE
This course is FREE and available to practitioners who are looking to gain knowledge in FASD Assessments.
Please complete the registration form HERE
Please email Janice Balfour with any questions email@example.com