Global News: FASD project seeks to diagnose Saskatchewan offenders, support better outcomes

A clinical team at Saskatoon’s Regional Psychiatric Centre is working to diagnose Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in incarcerated people. The pilot project seeks to

University of Calgary: Artwork project helps parents of kids with mental health issues answer the question, ‘Am I enough?’

Collaborative Social Work research graphically captures parents’ struggles As all parents know, raising children and adolescents can be challenging. However, for parents of children with

Neurodisability among Children at the Nexus of the Child Welfare and Youth Justice System

Baidawi, S., Piquero, A.R. Neurodisability among Children at the Nexus of the Child Welfare and Youth Justice System. J Youth Adolescence (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10964-020-01234-w Abstract Although neurodisability features

Updated May 2020: ‘Your Guide To AISH’

(Introduction excerpt from the guide) The AISH program The Assured Income for Severely Handicapped (AISH) program provides financial and health benefits to eligible adult Albertans

CanFASD: New eLearning courses available for justice and solicitor general professionals!

CanFASD has recently released two new online courses for professionals in the Justice and Solicitor General systems. At CanFASD we offer a wide range of online

Motor performance and sensory processing behaviors among children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders compared to children with developmental coordination disorders

Liat Hen-Herbst, TracyJirikowic, Lin-YaHsu, Sarah WestcottMcCoy https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ridd.2020.103680 Highlights More children with DCD than FASD had more severe motor delays in motor performance. Atypical sensory symptoms

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