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FASD Support and Intervention
Caregiver Approaches, Resiliencies, and Experiences
This is an ongoing research study created in partnership with CanFASD Researchers and the Family Advisory Committee. It collects information from parents and caregivers around the world who are caring for individuals with FASD to inform future resources and supports. Participate in the study here. Updates from the C.A.R.E. study are listed below:
- (Fall 2023) Hope, Worries, and Needs for the Future
- (Spring 2023) Trends in Alcohol and Substance Use
- (Fall 2022) Project Update: Back to School Edition
- (Spring 2022) Project Update Experiences and Perspectives of Caregivers of Individuals with FASD
Financial Resources and Support
Resources and Training
Caregiver Training: A free caregiver curriculum on FASD offered by the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto
First Nation and Mètis Parents in Manitoba: Four parenting booklets grounded in Indigenous knowledge and traditional approaches
FASD Services in Manitoba Resource List: A list of services available in Manitoba for FASD prevention, diagnosis, mental health, outreach and support, adults with FASD.
Related Research and Reports
Disability Policy in Canada: Federal Report
Gives an overview of disability policy at the Federal level, including detailed information about disability-related policies, laws, plans of action, and programs/services. It also shares the experiences of those who are applying for and accessing federal programs.