Congratulations to the winner of our Christmas cards contest, Jennifer Tourangeau! Jennifer is the Indigenous AADP Peer Mentorship Program Assistant at Grande Prairie Regional College GPRC and will be attending the University of Alberta for a Bachelor of Fine Arts in September. Jennifer uses her indigenous background and living with FASD in her art to create beautiful pieces, like the one we are fortunate to use for our Christmas card!
Thank you to everyone who entered our Christmas card art contest!
FASD Research: Learning Together
In partnership with the Family Advisory Committee, CanFASD hosted a unique workshop in August 2016 entitled FASD Research: Learning Together. This event brought together caregivers of people with FASD, individuals with FASD, and FASD researchers for two days of discussion around FASD research in Canada. The goals were to share and discuss new knowledge related to FASD prevention, diagnosis, and intervention, and engage in multi-directional conversation to identify emerging issues that may guide future research directions.
This work was funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Canada FASD Research Network.
This online FASD curriculum is developed to assist professionals in learning the processes, procedures, and in developing the skillset needed to be effective members of a multidisciplinary diagnostic team.