Canada FASD Research Network and Centre of Excellence for Women's Health have released a joint statement about the prevention of #FASD during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read the full statement here:
Our new resource for healthcare professionals offers suggested questions and conversations starters to discuss alcohol and pregnancy. The resource is available for download here.
We are offering our evidence-based FASD 101 training virtually in May. Register online or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information! https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/fasd-101-training-tickets-102998978718
Given physical distancing measures currently in place, we must move some of our supports online. Our monthly parent and caregiver support group set to launch in St. John's in April will now be held virtually as a Zoom video meeting.
Please join our group facilitators as we chat about coping and strategies for living with FASD that are especially important during this unsettling time.
This meeting is open to parents and caregivers across the province and will replace our regularly scheduled Virtual Support Group (originally scheduled for April 8).
If you are interested in attending, please email email@example.com
Zoom meeting information and directions for how to join will be circulated to those who RSVP.
fasdNL is launching a monthly parent and caregiver support group in St. John's in April. The group is open to individuals caring for someone with confirmed or suspected diagnosis of FASD. Interested in attending? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to Key Assets Newfoundland & Labrador for supporting this initiative!
Below is the upcoming schedule for individuals interested in attending Virtual Support Group meetings. Interested in attending? Email email@example.com
You can now support fasdNL by becoming a member of the fasdNL Network. As an active network member, you support our organization financially and become part of our work across Newfoundland and Labrador in supporting education, resource and support initiatives about fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. By growing our membership, we expand our voice as a community organization working to bring attention and increased responses to FASD in the province. As a member, you will be able to respond to surveys or other inquiries that impact individuals, families and communities about FASD. You will be able to participate in our support initiatives for parents and caregivers, receive our updates and communications and receive a discount on your next training offered by fasdNL.
Our annual memberships are $10 for individuals and $50 for organizations.
To purchase a membership visit our Support fasdNL page in the main menu and choose Membership.
Call of Interest! Are you interested in a social skills program for youth and young adults that aims to help individuals learn skills, make and keep friends and develop romantic relationships? More information can be obtained from regional contacts. #FASDinNL
We've just added compiled daily living strategies for parents and caregivers of individuals with #FASD. Now available on our website under Resources.
Each strategy document is downloadable and printable.
The information is a compilation of everyday strategies and approaches used by parents and caregivers and parents of individuals with FASD. Each individual impacted by FASD has unique strengths and challenges. Therefore, not all strategies suggested will necessarily work for your situation. We recommend finding the best approach and routine that works for you and stick with it!
fasdNL is hosting an upcoming event in St. John's for parents and caregivers of individuals with suspected or diagnosed FASD. If you are interested and would like more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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