Its Neurodiversity Celebration Week! We had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Katy Flannigan to talk about a new study we’re doing on strengths in adults with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). Here are a few highlights from that conversation.
Celebrating Strengths of Individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
This Saturday, December 3rd is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This is a United Nations holiday that aims to increase understanding of disability issues and promote the dignity, rights, and wellbeing of people with disabilities.
Feature: Niall’s Favourite Accomplishment
I hosted a National event that has never been in the province of Saskatchewan history and later found out that it was also the first National event in the city of Warman’s history.
Researchers’ Perspectives on Building Strengths and Abilities in FASD
In this blog, researchers Katherine Flannigan, Kelly Harding, and Jacqueline Pei explain in their own words why research on strengths is essential and talk about what draws them to this field.
Recognizing FASD During National AccessAbility Week
By focusing on strengths and abilities, we can eliminate stigma, remove barriers, and provide inclusive atmospheres for all Canadians. Join CanFASD and the rest of Canada this week as we work towards an inclusive and accessible country for everyone.