State-of-the-Art Review of Transition Planning Tools for Youth With Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Canada

While the nature of the formal transition to adulthood has changed over the past decade, it continues to be premised on the notion of achieving

State-of-the-Art Review of Transition Planning Tools for Youth with FASD in Canada

Citation: Coons, K.D., Azulai, A., & McFarlane, A. (2017). State-of-the-art review of transition planning tools for youth with FASD in Canada. PolicyWise for Children &

Summer Day Camps with Girls Empowered and Strong

Girls Empowered and Strong is a program for teenage girls who want to address the many issues facing them and become empowered to make strong

Resource: Evidence In-Sight: Best practices to support youth with FASD in residential settings

Youth living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in residential group settings require specialized supports and interventions. An organization dedicated to promoting essential community services

Youth with FASD find belonging in mentorship program

by Logan Turner and Samantha Peng Myles Himmelreich and Katrina Griffin know a lot about fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. They are both affected by it and the two

Integrated Youth Hubs Alberta

Youth Hubs • Are person-centred • Respond to community needs • Genuinely engage youth and families • Promote mental health services at the right time,

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