We created the Adult FASD Expert Collaboration Team (AFECT) to make sure the voices of those with FASD are included in the research process.
Register now for our new webinar Assessment of Preschoolers with Prenatal Alcohol Exposure. A joint event with the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute and CanFASD, this panel discussion will feature presentations from Dr. Ana Hanlon Dearman and Dr. Ghita Wiebe. It will be a 1-hour event at 1:00 pm eastern time on February 5, 2021. Receiving a diagnosis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum … Read More
Register now for our first webinar of 2021: Identifying Best Practices for FASD Prevention, Intervention, and Support! This 60-minute webinar with CanFASD Researcher, Lindsay Wolfson, will be held on January 29, 2021, at 2:00pm EST. More and more online opportunities for professional development are popping up in our increasingly virtual environment. Although there are lots of courses out there for … Read More
This year has been challenging but, through it all, Canadians have persevered. We are so thankful for our community and proud of what you’ve accomplished this year. Our organization has had to make some changes with how we connect with our communities and our networks. It has been difficult, at times, but these challenges have led to many interesting initiatives … Read More
Get a 20% discount on this new book about FASD, Aboriginal youth, and the criminal justice system. “The over-representation of Indigenous youth with FASD in the justice systems in settler states is about intersecting forms of oppression that are founded in, and sustained by, settler colonialism.” Our amazing Research Lead, Dr. Dorothy Badry, is one of the authors of new … Read More