Meeting Women Where They Are At: Community Making a Difference

Meeting Women Where They Are At: Community Making a Difference

Looking After Each Other: A dignity promotion project is a diverse group of Manitobans who have come together to talk about the relationship between stigma and FASD. Their vision is a province where people with FASD and women who have used alcohol during pregnancy are fully accepted and their dignity is protected. One way they are promoting dignity is the development of a series of mini documentaries.

March 24 Info Series

March 24, 2017 Info Series featuring  Dr. Hanlon-Dearman, Developmental Pediatrician at the Manitoba FASD Centre, will discuss changes and updates in the 2016 Diagnostic Guidelines for FASD. This is a FREE event sponsored by the Manitoba FASD Coalition… Read More

Visions & Voices Speaker

Russ Hilsher

“Supportive people who understand FASD help me make my life go in the right direction.” – Russ Hilsher

MCAP Gets a New Name

Over this past winter, during meetings of the Manitoba Coalition on Alcohol and Pregnancy (MCAP), discussions began about becoming an incorporated body.

Communities Making a Difference in the Lives of Individuals with FASD

InfoSeries

Join us on January 27, 2017 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm.

InfoSeries are FREE sessions sponsored by the Manitoba FASD Coalition and MB FASD Centre.

Visions & Voices Speaker

Lisa Morrisseau

“We all struggle, but we all struggle a little more or a little differently.” – Lisa Morrisseau

A Place Where I Belong: Community Making a Difference

A Place Where I Belong: Community Making a Difference

Looking After Each Other: A dignity promotion project is a diverse group of Manitobans who have come together to talk about the relationship between stigma and FASD. Their vision is a province where people with FASD and women who have used alcohol during pregnancy are fully accepted and their dignity is protected. One way they are promoting dignity is the development of a series of mini documentaries.

Map: Locate Local FASD Resources

MB FASD Resource Map

Use our interactive map to locate FASD resources and programs in your community.

What’s New in the 2015 Canadian Guidelines for FASD Diagnosis

The new Canadian guidelines for FASD diagnosis (Cook et al “Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: A guideline for diagnosis across the lifespan, ” CMAJ2015) were published online in December 2015. These guidelines build on the original 2005 guidelines through an extensive review of the published evidence and consultation with clinicians across Canada. They include new recommendations for diagnostic terminology, expand the description of brain domains to be considered in assessment, provide additional recommendations on prenatal alcohol exposure, and broaden the considerations for diagnosing infants, young children, adolescents and adults.