The education session from June 14th’s member meeting The Transition to Adulthood: Working with Adolescents with FASD by Shannon Foster, MSW, RSW is now posted under previously recorded Info Series Sessions HERE
The University of Manitoba and CanFASD are conducting an online survey and research study to understand better why people with FASD use pot or don’t use pot and how it affects them.
Participants must be:
1) a caregiver for an adult with FASD
2) a service provider providing care to adults with FASD
For full information on how to get involved CLICK HERE
Family members, individuals with FASD and Elders who attended the 2019 Canada Northwest FASD Partnership symposium were asked ahead of time to send in their thoughts on the question, “What would your world look like if you woke up tomorrow and there was no more stigma about FASD?” During the 2 days of the symposium, some of their thoughts were read out loud to keep everyone focused on the goal of generating new ideas on promoting dignity and understanding for those impacted by FASD. After the symposium, Dorothy Reid took the readings and created this video.
Posted: June 30, 2021 by Shannon Foster
First Nations Colouring Book showcasing the First Nations perspective
The colouring book is a collection of art produced by Manitoba First Nations artists invited to create pieces from a First Nation’s perspective.
In partnership with the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC), the Canadian Red Cross produced the First Nations Health and Wellness Colouring Book as part of a continuing conversation with First Nations to support health and wellness. For the full release CLICK HERE.
Free digital copies are available on the Canadian Red Cross website at redcross.ca/firstnationscolouringbook.