“Our government believes improved access to FASD assessments will provide better outcomes for participating young adults, the justice system and our communities,” said Cullen. “An FASD diagnosis can help connect people with more comprehensive supports and resources. This pilot addresses a gap in our approach to FASD as it stands today and ongoing evaluation of the project will help guide our next steps.”
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.
CBC News recently published an article on one individuals story about his experience with the new FASD court in Manitoba. Read the full article here.
The National Post has recently released a series of commentary, articles and videos on FASD in a spotlight on the diagnosis, even featuring a video about Manitoba FASD classrooms! Their aim is to educate the greater population on FASD, strategies and personal… Read More