Teacher Resource: A Shift in Approach

Understanding FASD as a brain based disability requires that we shift our thinking about students’ behavior “won’t’ to “can’t” We need to change our thinking

CanFASD: Back to School #2 and #3

Back to School #2: FASD In Educational Settings. Part 1 – Simon Laplante Simon Laplante is the Co-Chair of the CanFASD Family Advisory Committee and

Metis Nation of Alberta: Community Health Night FASD 101

Join us for an educational evening about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). This presentation is for everyone including individuals with FASD, caregivers, and people interested

How thinking about behavior differently can lead to happier FASD families

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

Helping mothers in recovery pays off

Much has been said about what wasn’t accomplished before the May 18 legislative session deadline, but it’s worth noting some important things were accomplished in

Education is Power – FASD Success Stories Series (5th Story)

Our son is 7 1/2 years old. He has been part of our family since he was six weeks old and became a permanent part

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