We are taking a short hiatus from our CanFASD Webinar Series for the month of October as we prepare for the many amazing virtual conferences that we will be attending, including Kids Brain Health 2020, Public Health 2020, and 2020 Conference on Developmental Disabilities.
In the meantime, we will be co-sponsoring a webinar with the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute on October 30th.
Understanding and Managing Sleep for Children (0-6) with FASD is intended to support parents, caregivers, and service providers. Sleep, or lack thereof, can be a problem for many people, but it can be a significant issue for those who have FASD. The aim of this presentation is to understand sleep disruption in FASD and discuss some practical approaches to managing sleep. It is being presented by Dr. Ana Hanlon Dearman, a Developmental Pediatrician and CanFASD’s Diagnostic Research Co-Lead. It is being held on October 30th from 1:00 to 2:00 Eastern Time.
The CanFASD Webinar Series will be back in November. As you wait for the series to return, be sure to watch any of our previous webinars you may have missed:
Towards Healthy Outcomes for Individuals with FASD: Advancing a common intervention framework
Loss, Grief, and FASD
Understanding FASD in the Criminal Justice System: A Research Update
Supporting Self-Regulation with Individuals with FASD
Refreshing our Conversations about Alcohol as a Key Component of FASD Prevention