Heavy prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE) can affect children’s development. For example, heavy PAE is related to problems with behaviour and learning, which are likely caused by changes to the brain. However, we do not know much about how lower amounts of PAE affect children’s brains.
April 23rd is World Book Day!
Reading is known to expand your focus, memory, empathy, and communication skills. It can reduce stress, improve mental health, and increase one’s lifespan. It is also known to promote wellness, improve relationships, increase knowledge, and promote restful sleep.
CanFASD’s Submission to the Study on Children’s Health
A month ago, CanFASD made a submission to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Health (HESA) to recognize and address FASD for their children’s health study.
Join Our Family Advisory Committee!
We are looking for a caregiver from Saskatchewan to join our incredibly dedicated Family Advisory Committee.
World Health Day 2022: Focusing on FASD
To ensure healthy, thriving societies, we need to promote the health and wellbeing of all Canadians, now and into the future. However, people with FASD and their support systems have been left out of the conversation for far too long. That is why we’re pushing for a National FASD Strategy.