Student Spotlight: Harrison Grogan (University of Manitoba)
We are pleased to introduce our first ever Student Spotlight: Harrison Grogan. Our Student Spotlight aims to highlight the unique research going on the field of FASD by student researchers across the country!
Harrison is a third year undergraduate student in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba. He began working in the field of FASD as a Research Assistant under the supervision of Dr. Ana Hanlon-Dearman at the Manitoba FASD Centre.
A Health Diary for Caregivers of Children Ages 6-13 with FASD
Written by: Harrison Grogan & Dr. Hanlon-Dearman
FASD is complicated – parents know that with FASD, “every day is an adventure”. One person diagnosed with FASD can have a completely different selection of strengths and weaknesses compared to another person. These differences relate to the 10 brain domains which act as guidelines for diagnosing FASD. To obtain a diagnosis, a person must have severe…
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