Hotel Accommodations 

  • A block of rooms has been placed on hold at the Holiday Inn at a rate of $119/night
  • Please quote conference Code SKM when booking.
  • Rooms must be booked prior to Oct. 3, 2014 in order to guarantee availability and room rate. 
  • Please call 1-877-660-8550 to book your room.

Vendor Tables

A limited number of vendor tables are available at the conference at a rate of $50 for the entire conference.

There is a limit of 2 persons per day at each booth as the fee covers the cost of refreshment breaks and lunch.

If you would like to reserve a vendor table, please click the vendor registration form link in the downloads section, complete the form and return it to Kari no later than October 24, 2014. 


Bursaries may be available to assist parent of an/or individuals living with FASD as well as graduates of the AEI program.

Bursaries are meant to assist with the cost of travel and accommodations to attend the conference.

Please indicate on your registration if you would like to receive further information on the bursary.

5th Annual Anishinabek G7 FASD Conference 

Celebrating the Journey

Tuesday November 4 - Thursday November 6, 2014

Holiday Inn, 1696 Regent Street, Sudbury ON

Featuring Master of Ceremonies Stan Wesley

Registration Fee: $50 (includes lunch and refreshment breaks)
Limited bursaries may be available for parents of/ or individuals living with FASD 
All those that have registered and paid their fee prior to October 10, 2014 will be entered into a draw to win an IPad Mini.

Keynotes include:

  • Dr. Edward Riley, Director, Centre for Behavioral Teratology San Diego State University
  • Dr. Albert Chudley, Medical Director, Program in Genetics and Metabolism Professor, Department of Paediatrics and Child Health Department of Biochemistry and Medical Genetics University of Manitoba
  • Morgan Fawcett- Life With FASD
  • Liz & Jodee Kulp- LiveAbilities: Staying Safe in a Medical Health Crisis
  • Myles Himmelreich- Preparing for a Full Body Diagnosis

Workshops and Sessions Include:

  • How to Facilitate Interdependence, Insulation and Enhance Relationships for People Living with FASD and Their Families- Debbie Michaud and Rhonda Konrad
  • Creating Successful Accommodations for People with FASD- Nancy Hall
  • Imagine Yourself- What to do and How to Deal with Life's BIG Scary Stuff- Michael Ballard
  • The Critical Link Between Memory and Learning- Danielle Reynolds
  • The Talk: Why, When and How to Talk About FASD to Someone Who Has It- Sheila Burns

For more information contact

Kari Chiappetta , Conference Coordinator