GRANT FROST: Coping With Fetal Alcohol – Nova Scotia Hasn’t Even Taken Baby Steps

Retrieved from On June 9, I attended the Canada Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Research Network (CanFASD) conference in Moncton, N.B. It brought together health-care

Project to help people with FASD in justice system lauched by Maple Ridge centre: The Asante Centre collaborating with researchers from across Canada

COLLEEN FLANAGAN, posted Feb. 17, 2022 12:00 p.m. Retrieved from Asante Centre executive director Sharon DeLalla. (The Asante Centre/Special to The News) The Asante

CanFASD: FASD Advocates Criticize SNL for Inappropriate Sketch

Warning: This blog discusses the SNL sketch from January 15th, “Winter Formal”, that makes jokes about people with prenatal alcohol exposure. This content may be

Enhancing Workforce Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities, Government of Alberta

The Government of Alberta is pleased to announce the opening of the second application intake period to the Alberta Jobs Now program. As the largest

Lakeland Centre for FASD gets creative to raise awareness virtually

A virtual mocktail challenge in Cold Lake has been ongoing throughout the month of September as a way to raise awareness for fetal alcohol spectrum

ACADEMIA Letters: Difficulties in Diagnosing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in the Judicial System

Devji, A., Johnson, P.A., Johnson, J.C., Singh, J., Mardon, A. (2021). Difficulties in Diagnosing FetalAlcohol Spectrum Disorder in the Judicial System. Academia Letters, Article 1158.

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