Mocktail (non-alcoholic) recipe guide! Support an alcohol free pregnancy.
The past year has been a testament to our collective efforts, and we would like to thank everyone has been involved with CanFASD. Today we wanted to take the opportunity to look at our organization by the numbers.
Come together as a community this Christmas season. Support an alcohol free pregnancy.
South Alberta Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Service Network is looking for a FASD Instructional Coach for the WRaP2.0 program.
As FASD Day approaches on September 9th, it is essential to recognize the importance of supporting women and gender diverse pregnant individuals and persons planning pregnancies in their journey towards alcohol-free pregnancies.
Substance use by individuals with FASD is becoming an increasing concern. Data from the National FASD Database shows that nearly half of individuals with FASD are using substances with alcohol and cannabis being the most common.
Throughout the month of September, events are held across Canada and around the world in recognition of FASD Day. But FASD awareness initiatives deserve more than one day of focus.
South Alberta Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Service Network is looking for a person to work as a quarter time Network Co-Coordinator.
Time is ticking! You have less than two
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.