Joignez-vous à nous! Atelier de renforcement des capacités familiales liées au trouble du spectre de l’alcoolisation fœtale (TSAF). Le troubles du spectre de l’alcoolisation fœtale (TSAF) est un terme de diagnostic qui décrit les effets sur le cerveau et le corps des personnes dont la mère a consommé de l’alcool durant sa grossesse. Le TSAF […]
CanFASD has recently released two new online courses for professionals in the Justice and Solicitor General systems. CanFASD offers a wide range of online courses to improve professional and community understanding of FASD. Their courses are categorized by level of experience, where Level I courses provide a basic overview, Level II courses provide sector-specific training, […]
A member of the CanFASD Family Advisory Committee recently had the opportunity to participate in a research program that gave caregivers of individuals with FASD the skills to better manage the challenges and stresses of their daily lives using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). The goal of the research project was to measure the impact […]
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, frontline health care providers are working day and night to protect the health and safety of individuals all across Canada. We honor and respect their sacrifice and commitment to Canadians in this challenging time. This blog post from CanFASD provides a few tips to help frontline health care […]
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CanFASD is pleased to announce their newest free course, Foundations in FASD which provides a basic training program intended for everyone that will come into contact with individuals with FASD. This evidence-based course is both culturally sensitive and responsive to learners needs.
FASD: Support and Resources. This annual conference in Sault Ste Marie features keynote speakers Jodee Kulp and Dr. Alan Bocking, a panel presentation of parents, caregivers and people with lived experience as well as many workshops. Read more.