We are pleased to announce the recipient of the 2023 Dr. Sterling Clarren FASD Research Award is Danielle Johnston for her research on visual-motor integration, visual perception and motor coordination assessments in children with FASD.
Join us at the Canada FASD Conference 2023!
The Canada FASD Conference 2023 is coming to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan November 7-9, 2023.
Here is everything going on at CanFASD this December
Can you believe it is already December? The year has flown by! We have a lot of exciting things on the go this month so stay tuned to our channels to keep up to date!
5 reasons you should become a member of CanFASD
Here are five reasons that you should become a member of CanFASD to help you decide if this membership program is right for you.
Canada is Rocking Red for FASD Day!
Canadians will be rocking red shoes this September to celebrate FASD Awareness Month, and so will landmarks across Canada!
Applications for the 2023 FASD Research Award now open!
This award was created in honour of Dr. Sterling Clarren to recognize his contribution and leadership in the field of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). It celebrates the work of Canadian students or early career researchers whose research has made a substantial contribution to the field of FASD.
Find Out What’s Happening During FASD Month 2022!
In 2020, the Canadian government also recognized September as FASD Awareness Month. As we gear up for FASD Day and FASD Month activities, we want to share some of the things our organization is doing to spread awareness across the country!
Seeking Yukon Representative for Family Advisory Committee
We’re looking for a caregiver from the Yukon to join our Family Advisory Committee!
CanFASD meets with Minister of Mental Health and Addictions
CanFASD had the pleasure of meeting with Dr. Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions and Associate Minister of Health, as well as members of her staff and senior staff from the Public Health Agency of Canada. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the need for a National FASD Strategy.
Founding CanFASD Board Member Retires
We are both proud and disappointed to announce the retirement of one of the founding members of our Board of Directors: Lisa Brownstone. Lisa is stepping down from the CanFASD Board after serving a full three terms with us.