‘You’re weird, you’re different and nobody wants to be your friend’: the loneliness of FASD

Myles Himmelreich says many people don’t understand the daily struggles for people living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder or FASD.

New Manitoba court for people with FASD could be game changer: CBC News

New Manitoba court for people with FASD to open at end of February “Lawyers and judges say a new court set to open in Manitoba specifically for people with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder could be a game changer.” The court, which is expected to open at… Read More

Lunch with Bev: Community Making a Difference – South Parkland FASD Coalition spotlight

On Friday September 7, the South Parkland FASD Coalition hosted “Lunch with Bev”. About 20 people attended this brown bag luncheon (participants brought their own lunch).  Participants included a mix of professional and community members.  It was held… Read More

New Resource

New Directors has introduced a new FREE resource to help families and caregivers have conversations with kids. You can check it out on the Resource page of the Coalition website, http://www.fasdcoalition.ca/resources/resource-listing/

Learning the Dance: Community Making a Difference (Video)

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.

Italian student shares her experience at the 2018 Looking After Each Other Gathering

International FASD Awareness Walk

Italian student Clara Csilla Romano shares her experience at the 2018 Looking After Each Other Gathering.

Without screening or supports, offenders with FASD face revolving door of justice.

International FASD Awareness Walk

Kelly Malone of CBC news posted an article on the justice system and how people with FASD are impacted.

Meeting Women Where They Are At: Community Making a Difference (Video)

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.

Visions & Voices Speaker

Russ Hilsher

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

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.