FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER: THE IMPORTANCE OF ADOPTING A STANDARD DEFINITION IN CANADA

ABSTRACT Background and Objective The manner in which language is used reflects how people in a society view one another. Historically, indi- viduals with disabilities

Eye Abnormalities in Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: A Systematic Review

Tracey W Tsang, Amy Finlay-Jones, Kerrin Perry, John R Grigg, Svetlana Popova, Melissa Mei Yin Cheung, Carol Bower, Patrick Tam, Robyn V Jamieson & Elizabeth

Save The Date: FASD Symposium, It is Time to Change

The FASD Symposium is Eastern Canada’s largest annual gathering of everyone connected to the FASD community. This one-day interactive, educational event, with content available in

CanFASD: Moving Towards FASD-Informed Care In Substance Use Treatment

CanFASD published a guide that outlines evidence-based practices to support people with FASD who are in treatment for substance use. With rates of substance use hospitalizations

Truth and Reconciliation Day: Calling Our Spirits Back

FASD Network of Saskatchewan Lunch n’ Learn – Grief & Loss

The FASD Network of Saskatchewan posts short ‘Lunch n’ Learn’ videos on their Caregiver Facebook group. This video was on the topic of grief and

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