Education is a human right. Everyone deserves inclusive and equitable quality education.
FASD Online Learning Opportunities this Holiday Season
In total over 30,000 people have taken our online courses, which is incredible. Here are a few course updates to share with you before the holiday season!
School experiences for students with FASD: CARE Study Update
Our C.A.R.E. Study: Caregiver Approaches, Resiliencies, and Experiences Raising Individuals with FASD, is well underway. The survey was launched last year during FASD Awareness Month. We’ve received over 140 responses from people all over the world since then.
World Teachers’ Day 2021
October 5th is World Teachers’ Day. This day is celebrated annually to recognize and honour all the hard work teachers do worldwide each and every day. Students with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) face a number of challenges in the education system. Teachers and school staff play an important role in ensuring students with FASD succeed in school.
Dear Mr. C. – A Letter to my Teacher
This letter had a big impact on K’s situation. Not only did it help her feel better and more empowered to share her story, but her teacher also made changes to improve the classroom environment.
Supporting Self-Regulation for Back to School
Self-regulation is the ability to control and regulate our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours in response to our environment. Self-regulation includes how we manage stress, how we control our emotional arousal, and how we manage our impulses.