Youth (ages 12-24) with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) who reside in Canada are invited to participate in a research study examining legal decision-making. Participants will meet with a researcher in a virtual interview (up to 2.5 hours’ time commitment). Meetings can take place over 2 or more sessions with breaks, and participants may have
Are you aged 50+ and the parent/caregiver, kin, or customary caregiver to an adult aged 18+ who has or may have FASD?
Adopt4Life is launching a monthly support and education group where members will address many of the unique issues often experienced by this age group. This group is free of charge and
The Anishinabek G7 FASD Conference planning committee is pleased to announce a Call for Workshop Facilitators.
All submissions are due May 27, 2022 by 4:30 pm. All interested parties are encouraged to submit.
The conference will be a virtual event via Zoom, and will take place on Septmber 21, 2022. For
The FASD ONE Diagnostic Action Group is looking for multidisciplinary FASD practitioners who want to contribute to the development of diagnostic capacity and consistency for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in the province of Ontario by being a FASD Peer Advisor!
As a FASD Peer Advisor you will provide practice specific, peer to peer consultation to
The London & Region FASD Conference planning committee is pleased to invite abstract submissions for featured oral and poster presentations for this year’s virtual conference. Abstract topics may be basic or clinical research. The conference is inclusive of individuals from various personal and professional backgrounds and we request that presentations are accessible and relevant across
The London & Region FASD Conference planning committee is pleased to invite proposal submissions for featured workshops to be delivered at this year’s virtual conference.
Workshop presentation topics may include research, clinical approaches or lived experience. The conference is inclusive of individuals from various personal and professional backgrounds and we request that presentations are accessible and
Do you have a child/children aged 13-18 with FASD or suspected FASD? Ottawa Psychotherapist/FASD Specialist Tanya Eichler and FASD Consultant/Mentor Nancy Lockwood are taking registrations for a therapeutic support group for adoptive parents of teens called “Unpredictable Adolescence”. The model is based on a group they ran for adoptive parents of young adults with FASD
The Piruqatigiit Resource Centre is excited to announce that their first online FASD training in the Tamatta series is now available! The first course is an introduction to FASD and is available for free. The course can be accessed on Piruqatigiit Resource Centre’s website, www.piruqatigiit.ca. This is only the first course in their series.
Final Invitation to Participate in Survey and Interview – Study on Child-to-Parent Aggressive Behaviour in Canada
Research participants wanted
Are you an adoptive parent, kinship or customary caregiver? Do you have a child under 18 years who acts aggressively towards you?
The researchers at the University of Ottawa have extended the due date of the survey for their study on child-to-parent aggressive behaviour in Canada.
You are invited to share your voice with us
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NBC’S JANUARY 15, 2022, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE SKETCH STIGMATIZES FAMILIES WITH FETAL ALCOHOL EXPOSURE (FASD)
Toronto (Tuesday, January 18, 2022) — This past weekend, NBC’S Saturday Night Live (SNL) depicted stigmatizing representations of a family with FASD in one of the show’s sketches. The characters mocked specific challenges sometimes faced by individuals with FASD,