Looking for adults with FASD to share about their strengths and successes!
There is not a lot of research on strengths and success in people with FASD. Strengths-based research is important for creating a more balanced, hopeful, and optimistic understanding about FASD. This can ultimately increase wellbeing for people with FASD and
The CanFASD Annual Report 2021-2022 is now available.
BECOME A MEMBER
We are very excited to announce the launch of our new CanFASD Individual Membership plan! We’ve always been a member organization, offering jurisdictional memberships to provinces and territories across Canada. Now we’re happy to announce that we’re expanding our membership opportunities to
CanFASD Online Learning
Online courses to improve your understanding of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD).
Call for FASD Clinicians!
Dr. Mela from the University of Saskatchewan is looking for FASD clinicians to help evaluate the first-ever FASD medication algorithm.