We created the Adult FASD Expert Collaboration Team (AFECT) to make sure the voices of those with FASD are included in the research process.
New Webinar: Emerging FASD Research in Canada
From the stresses of COVID-19 on individuals with FASD and their families to ground-breaking brain imaging findings to hopeful interventions for motivation and self-regulation, this webinar has something for everyone from all backgrounds.
BC Team Releases a Report about Inequality and FASD
This comprehensive report challenges the stigma surrounding FASD and brings attention to the significant issues with services related to FASD assessment, diagnosis, and support
Creativity and Innovation at CanFASD
Creativity and innovation play a big role in finding solutions to complex problems. We’re really excited to have such a great team who bring imagination and inspiration to everything that they do.
Article Summary: Self Care for Caregivers
Finding stress management techniques for caregivers of children with FASD is very important. Self-care is an important resource to improve caregiver physical and mental health.
Have your say in Canada’s Low Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines
Alcohol is inextricably linked to FASD. This is your opportunity to share how the Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking guidelines impact you.
Article Summary: Diagnosis of Preschoolers with PAE
Early intervention and diagnosis are key to improving outcomes for people with FASD. Although there is some research on FASD assessment and diagnosis for school-aged children and adolescents, there is limited research with preschool-aged kids.