During the unique and challenging time that we find ourselves in, we need to get creative in how we connect and learn from one another. In an effort to provide you with as many resources as possible, Building Circles of Support will be posting weekly articles that contain good information that you can access from home.
Due to the current health concerns surrounding COVID-19, the Manitoba FASD Coalition will be practicing “social distancing” as recommended. The health and safety of our members, community, families and workers is our #1 priority. As we navigate this rapidly changing landscape, our response is essential. Please keep healthy and safe during this time.
All children are a gift. Children with FASD teach others about understanding, compassion, patience and caring. – Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Ontario Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Ontario and health Nexus sante have developed a booklet designed for non-Indigenous… Read More
Thanks to Dr. Ana Hanlon-Dearman for a fantastic presentation on Understanding and Managing Sleep in FASD, held Friday, January 31st. The workshop was very well attended and many people requested additional information. Click here to access some helpful tips on managing sleep as well as other information you might find useful.
The Selkirk location of S.O.S. has openings for children with a diagnosis of FASD. Click here for more information.
On November 15th from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM the Brandon & Area FASD Committee is hosting an FASD Lunch and Resource Fair. Check out the poster HERE for registration details!
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
Want to know more on how to think differently when educating students with FASD? Check out this quick video on how some of our Winnipeg classrooms are rethinking lessons for our kids with FASD.