Training & Education
CFAN is advancing how we all understand and respond to FASD. We aim to reduce the incidence of FASD and ensure people affected by FASD can lead positive, fulfilling lives within a caring network of support and respect. With a better understanding of the causes and effects of FASD, systems, service providers and community members can respond to individuals and families with appropriate supports, expectations and strategies.
CFAN offers education and training specially tailored to meet audience needs.
A practice-based workshop that aims to equip health and social service providers with the knowledge and skills to engage in brief, non-judgmental conversations about alcohol and pregnancy.
Best Practices in FASD Supports
An engaging look at the evidence for how best to support individuals and families impacted by FASD. Participants will learn FASD-informed strategies to develop or modify supports for individuals and families impacted by FASD. This presentation is intended primarily for professional sectors such as housing, addiction/mental health, justice, and child and family services.
Download the FASD Best Practices PDF
An introductory-level session on FASD for community groups delivered by staff and/or volunteer educators passionate about sharing the realities, challenges and joys of caring for a child or adult with FASD.