How thinking about behavior differently can lead to happier FASD families

A study from the University of Rochester sheds light on how parents and caregivers of children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) can best help

Resource: What is your child’s Challenging Behaviour trying to tell you?

This guide is for parents, family members and carers who are worried about their child’s/ family member’s behaviour. For the sake of readability we will

Justice for FASD – 8th Video Series

Being an adolescent male can be hard. But add to that an invisible disability affecting how you learn, how you think and how you behave…

Practice Makes Perfect – FASD Success Stories Series (8th Story)

We may not agree with some of the terminologies used in this success story.  But the story does hold to the title.  Persistence, constant reminder, and


If you have not seen these resources and modules please check them out! The FASD and Child Welfare Community of Practice is an interprovincial project

Positive Behaviour Supports for Children

Positive Behaviour Supports for Children ( is a series of three, related websites developed by Mount Royal University for use by families, aides and school