Patients with FASD: Tips for Healthcare Providers

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, frontline health care providers are working day and night to protect the health and safety of individuals all

Explaining COVID-19 from the FASD Network in Saskatchewan

Due to many of the struggles experienced by individuals with FASD (such as trouble with abstract thinking, communication problems, memory deficits, problems generalizing, etc.), it

COVID-19 Information for Kids

Are you looking for a resource to support your conversations about COVID-19 with young children? The Government of Alberta has put together this ‘frequently asked

Supporting Children and Youth with Autism and Intellectual Disability and their Families during COVID-19

The outbreak of COVID-19 has resulted in extraordinary challenge and stress, yet calls us to hold onto hope and press forward. AIDE Canada has created

Free CanFASD Training: FASD for School Staff Level II

In response to the #COVID19 pandemic, CanFASD will be offering its online FASD for School Staff Level II course for free to our member jurisdictions.

Neurosequential Network: Stress & Resilience COVID 2020 with Dr. Perry

Stress & Resilience This video discusses stress, distress and how the pattern of stress can determine whether stress is destructive (sensitizing) or positive (resilience building)

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