Manitoba Key Worker program: Making a Difference in the Interlake-Eastern Region Established in 2014, the Manitoba Key Worker program has provided individualized resources and support for children and youth with FASD or confirmed prenatal alcohol exposure in the… Read More
MFCI is happy to share that there will be 2 Virtual ‘Being With’ gatherings for caregivers of children with FASD offered in May 2020. As a parent of a child with FASD myself, I often long to make… Read More
On May 29th and 30th, the 2019 LAEO Gathering took place at Camp Wannakumbac, located outside of Riding Mountain National Park on the shores of Clear Lake, to include more participation from people within Southwestern Manitoba. 2019 marked the first year that the Looking After Each Other (LAEO) Gathering was held outside of the Winnipeg area.
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
Have you ever wondered how to provide services that are suited to individuals with FASD? Do you want to know more? The Best Practices for FASD Service Delivery Guide and Evaluation Tool Kit can help! Prepared by the… Read More
South Parkland FASD Collaborative successfully bringing FASD awareness to their community. On Friday, January 10, 2020, the South Parkland FASD Collaborative and the Aboriginal Head Start Programs in Dauphin, Duck Bay, and Swan River joined together to organize… Read More
Happily Family is offering an online, free conference with multiple speakers that focuses on the ins and outs of raising children with high needs. Though this is not specific to only children with FASD, there is sure to… Read More
“We are fortunate to work alongside many gifted artists. Our artists take great pride in showcasing their work, which is endless in its creativity: beadwork, poetry, song lyrics, canvass, sketch, graffiti, gardening, and dance. It is an opportunity to express emotions; exercise time management skills; earn income; take pride in strengths and abilities; enhance areas of socialization and communication; and create community.”
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!