Manitoba FASD Coalition Info Series Workshop November 29, 2019

InfoSeries

The next Info Series workshop, “This is me”, will take place on Friday, November 29th, in person at the SSCY Centre in Winnipeg, or via Telehealth where available. Visit the Events/Info Series page of the website.

FASD Awareness Day Walk in The Pas

The Pas and OCN celebrate FASD Awareness Day

NorthFASD Coalition Celebrates 2019 FASD Awareness Day

International FASD Awareness Walk

NorthFASD Coalition celebrates 2019 FASD Awareness Day!

On September 20th This Is Me online goes live! (corrected post)

New Directions, FASD Family Support, Education and Counselling Program together with our partners: The Manitoba FASD Centre (SCCY), and Manitoba Youth Justice (Manitoba Justice) have successfully completed the 2nd edition of “This is Me”. “This is Me”, is an… Read More

Stepping Out on Saturdays Selkirk has an opening.

The Selkirk location of S.O.S. has an opening for 1 child with a diagnosis of FASD. Click here for more information.

A Momentous FASD Awareness Day 2019 in Manitoba!

Let’s celebrate Manitoba! The Province of Manitoba has officially proclaimed September 9th to be known throughout Manitoba as Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day! Read more

‘You’re not alone’: New program in North West Territories helps foster kids with FASD prepare for life on their own

What a success story! Applause for The Foster Family Coalition of the NWT for creating the pilot 4Y Program after identifying a gap in services, specifically for young people with FASD who are transitioning out of foster care! Check out… Read More

Toward a Standard Definition of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Canada – CanFASD

The CanFASD Research Network has released a new policy action paper called Toward a Standard Definition of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Canada. This policy action paper describes the approach taken to create a standard definition of FASD in… Read More

Making Change in the Lives of Individuals with FASD

What really matters? Getting the lay of the land for individuals with FASD. The Adult Leadership Committee (ALC) of FASD Change Makers wants to know what life is like for teens and adults who are 16 years and… Read More

Didn’t get a chance to attend the UBC FASD Conference? Watch Online!

The University of British Columbia has posted PDFs and video recordings from the 2019 FASD Conference in Vancouver. You can check out presenters who focus on prevention, intervention and more. Click here to head to their website.