(en anglais) 6-­Week Live Online Mindfulness Course for Kids with “Marvin the Mindful Marmot”

6-­Week online mindfulness course for kids with “Marvin the Mindful Marmot”, everyone is welcome! 6 Wednesdays, from January 12 to February 16 2022. Ages 4-­8 from 5:30­‐6:30 pm and ages 9­‐12 from 7:00­‐8:00 pm.

Highly beneficial to children with (possible):

  • FASD
  • ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Anger issues
  • Sleep problems
  • Everyday challenges

The first 25 children who register will receive

(en anglais) Shkagamik-Kwe Health Centre is accepting referrals for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Assessment.

Shakagamik-Kwe Health Centre has made an application to obtain funding for a culturally appropriate FASD assessment clinic to serve Indigenous children and youth in northeastern Ontario (see below for a description of their vision). The proposed funder has asked them to identify a defined group of children who have been identified as

(en anglais) Registration still open for the London and Region FASD Conference 2021!

The London and Region FASD Conference (LFASDC), strives to be informative, innovative, educational, and inclusive. The theme of this year’s meeting is “Science, Knowledge, and Experience: A Shared Journey”, highlighting the benefits of engaged and meaningful cross-disciplinary partnerships that can facilitate the translation of academic theory into practice, as well as allow personal and community experience to

(en anglais) Are you the parent of a youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) who displays aggression towards family members?

We are currently recruiting participants to be part of a preliminary pilot study to adapt an intervention called Nonviolent Resistance for parents of youth with FASD who display aggression towards themselves or family members. Participating parents will be required to attend weekly individual sessions and at times group sessions for 13 consecutive weeks. As part

(en anglais) CMHA Peel Dufferin’s FASD Diagnostic Clinic for Adults is now up and running

What is FASD?

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) i sa disability that can occur if someone was exposed to alcohol before birth. It can affect the body and the brain in different ways. With support, individuals with FASD can continue to thrive and succeed.

The Value of an Assessment

Individuals with FASD can benefit from knowing why they

(en anglais) FASD Training for the Youth Services Sector

This online training course is designed to build capacity of staff who provide services to youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).

The new training program provides need-to-know information and skills for understanding the impacts of FASD for individuals in the Canadian justice system, identifying and working with individuals with FASD (including  profession-specific strategies) and building

(en anglais) Registration is now open for the London and Region FASD Conference 2021

The London and Region FASD Conference (LFASDC), strives to be informative, innovative, educational, and inclusive. The theme of this year’s meeting is “Science, Knowledge, and Experience: A Shared Journey”, highlighting the benefits of engaged and meaningful cross-disciplinary partnerships that can facilitate the translation of academic theory into practice, as well as allow personal and community experience to

(en anglais) Launching your FASD clinic

Surrey Place is supporting organizations initiating FASD diagnostic services and clinics.

Services Provided

  • Plan and implement diagnostic clinic
  • Problem-solve obstacles for existing clinics
  • Suggest and select appropriate diagnostic tools
  • Assist in setting up a virtual platform for assessment
  • Offer time-limited clinic coordination
  • Support the development of an effective intake process
  • Help to overcome the complex challenges

(en anglais) Call for abstracts for the London and Region FASD Conference 2021

The 2021 London FASD Conference planning committee is pleased to invite abstract submissions for featured oral and poster presentations to be delivered at this year’s virtual conference.
Abstract topics may be research-based or practice-based. This conference is inclusive of individuals from various personal and professional backgrounds and we request that abstracts are accessible