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News & Events
Preschool Resource Fair - January 26, 2019
Alberta Health Services and The Children’s Link Society are hosting a Preschool Resource Fair for the parents of children with special needs on January 26, 2019. More details available HERE.
Let’s Talk Hope - January 30, 2019
Let’s Talk Hope is a a creative incubator conference to re-imagine mental health solutions between industry professionals and the public. Hosted on Bell Let’s Talk Day, the event brings together non profit leaders and staff, mental health practitioners, organizations, front line workers in the mental health field, teachers, students, parents, and anyone interested in mental health to learn, share and come away with tools and solutions. Learn more…
Teacher Training Opportunity - Feb. 20, 2019
CFAN's full day training will provide educators with the tools to work with students diagnosed or suspected of having FASD. The training will cover FASD basics, substance use during pregnancy, evidence-based strategies, prevention, and community supports and services. Learn more…
Next CFAN Membership Meeting - Feb 21, 2019
Members and community partners are invited to join CFAN at our next Membership Meeting February 21, 2019 at 1:00 PM at Hull Services (1847 48th Street SE.) More details to come.
Research Study at Alberta Children’s Hospital
A research study on the effects of alcohol and early life adversities is recruiting. To participate in the study children must be between the ages of 3 and 15 have been exposed to alcohol during pregnancy OR experienced some adversity early in life. Learn more…
Invitation to Participate!
The ALBERTA FASD FAMILY ADVISORY COUNCIL is looking for participants for their study on inclusive employment. They are gathering information on the state of inclusive employment for individuals with FASD in Alberta. The purpose is to learn more about families’ views on ‘promising practices’, gaps and strengths in the support systems. Your views will help the Council to develop family - focused policy recommendations focused on achieving greater inclusive employment outcomes for adults with FASD.
To participate and share your family experiences with employment supports for adults with FASD. Please contact Kevin Veenstra at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (780) 451 3055 ext. 408. Interviews can be done in person or over the phone.
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STOP FASD Run
Thanks to Kari Weber for organizing the first STOP FASD Run at Edworthy Park and everyone who came out to raise awareness about FASD! To see more, click here.