Students affected by FASD may learn and behave differently to neurotypical children due to the impact of prenatal alcohol exposure. The challenges that students with
Human Rights are a universal standard to make sure all people have the opportunity to live with dignity and freedom from fear of harassment and discrimination.
S.L. Stewart, A. Graham, J.W. Poss, Examining the Mental Health Indicators andService Needs of Children Living with Foster Families, Children and Youth Services Review (2023),
Mental Health Series In collaboration with POPFASD, our community partners at Kinsight and Registered Clinical Counsellor and parent of a child with FASD, Natascha Lawrence,
Citation: King, S.; Burns, C.; Symes, B.; Jessiman, S.; Bell, A.; Rajani, H. Development and Evaluation of a Virtual Model for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Topic: Developing Culturally-Responsive FASD Resources & Indigenous Approaches to Prevention, De-Stigmatization & FASD Care Models: A Community Engagement Webinar Description: In 2005, the Ontario Federation