Experiences of living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders: a systematic review and synthesis of qualitative data — This study aims to identify and assess available evidence from qualitative studies exploring experiences of individuals living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) or those living with a child with FASD, as well as experiences of interventions aimed at supporting individuals with FASD and their families.

I Am a Caregiver! — Caregiver Resource Guide — This guide was developed as a way for caregivers to access important information and resources relating to providing care for children and adults with FASD.

I Am a Caregiver! — Poster—This peer reviewed poster reflects best practice and care for individuals and caregivers from a lifespan perspective. Please share this resource with families, professionals and communities.

Four new resources for First Nations and Metis parents and caregivers in Manitoba — In celebration of National Child Day (November 20, 2017), Healthy Child Manitoba Office (HCMO), and the National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health (NCCAH) officially launched four new resources for First Nations and Metis parents and caregivers in Manitoba.

FASD and Educational Supports—This document was developed by the CanFASD Family Advisory Committee as a resource for family members looking for information about Educational supports for their children. Some jurisdictions have more streamlined resources than others for children and/or adult children; this is a good starting place.

Family Support for Children with Disabilities—This document was developed by the CanFASD Family Advisory Committee as a resource for family members looking for information about financial and other supports for their children. Some jurisdictions have more streamlined resources than others for children and/or adult children; this is a good starting place.

FASD Research: Learning Together—Presentations and report from the August 2016 workshop in Regina bringing together over 60 participants to discuss four key topics: Whole Body Disorder, Aging & Transitions, Strategies & Supports, and Advocating for Supports.

Caregiver Training—An updated Caregiver Curriculum on FASD was launched in June 2016. Now available are new, interactive modules which you can view right from your browser.

Disability Tax Credit: General Information—What you need to know about the Disability Tax Credit and how to apply.

Tips for paediatricians completing the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) Form

The Importance of Family Engagement in FASD Research—Slideshow from the CanFASD Research and Policy Series #4

FASD Research: Learning Together—Presentations and report from the August 2016 workshop in Regina bringing together over 60 participants to discuss four key topics: Whole Body Disorder, Aging & Transitions, Strategies & Supports, and Advocating for Supports.