The Halton FASD Resource Team is pleased to announce training for parents/ caregivers and professionals currently supporting someone with diagnosed or suspected fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD).
During these training sessions you will learn:
- How prenatal exposure to alcohol affects the brain.
- How FASD impacts behaviour and functioning.
- An intervention framework for supporting individuals with FASD.
- How to improve transitions and advocate for appropriate supports.
We will be offering both daytime and evening sessions for this training. There will be a registration fee of $50.00 for professionals. Parents/ caregivers and students will not be subject to a registration fee.
If you have any further questions/ concerns or would prefer to pay for this session via cheque, please contact Sue Brooks, Halton FASD Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org