Come together as a community this Christmas season. Support an alcohol free pregnancy.
We hope that this resource guide will help mental health professionals engage in reflection, increased their knowledge of FASD, and allowed people to feel more comfortable supporting people with FASD.
Seniors, Community and Social Services Minister Jason Nixon announced increased wages for front-line workers supporting individuals with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
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.
WRaP 2.0 FASD Coaching Partnership Project, a comprehensive service delivery model designed to enhance your capacity in meeting the unique needs of students with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
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.
FASD Common Messages Guide, a resource focused on respectful ways of writing and talking about FASD. Each spring, we review the guide and update it with new research and conversations that emerge in the FASD community.
Formerly known as Aboriginal Day, National Indigenous Peoples Day was first celebrated in 1996 and is now held annually on June 21st
Last call to participate in the CanFASD study on strengths!