You are invited to share your thoughts on Research in FASD. share your views in these areas; what do researchers need to know about living with FASD? What should research in FASD and other areas of neurodiversity look like?
Remember your view counts!
The upcoming NeuroDevNet Brain Development Conference will include a patient and family engagement consultation and workshop on Wednesday, September 28 in Calgary.
NeuroDevNet is a cross-disability association of Canadian researchers seeking transformative advancement in developmental disabilities. Many researchers in Alberta are a part of this network which seeks to hear and respond to what individuals and families touched by FASD and other developmental disabilities need and want from the research community.
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TO REGISTER OR FOR MORE DETAIL, please see the Brain Development Conference website: http://braindev2016neurodevnet.weebly.com