Hotel Accommodations 

  • A block of rooms has been placed on hold at the Quattro Hotel at a rate of $89/night
  • Please quote conference Code Anishinabek G7 FASD Conference when booking.
  • Rooms must be booked prior to Oct.2, 2014 in order to guarantee availability and room rate. 
  • Please call 1-800-563-7262 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 complete the below form and return it to Kari at or fax to 807 577 6800

AG7 FASD Vendor Registration Form


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.

If you are interested in applying for the bursary, please fill out the bursary application form below.

Bursary application form

For more information contact

Kari Chiappetta , Conference Coordinator 
Registration for this conference has reached capacity. If you would like to be placed on a wait list, please contact Kari Chiappetta directly at or 807 621-6225

6th Annual Anishinabek G7 FASD Conference 

Heart Work- Long Ours

Tuesday October 27- Thursday October 29, 2015

Quattro Hotel (formerly Comfort Suites)

229 Great Northern Road, Sault Ste. Marie ON 

Registration Fee: $50 (includes lunch and refreshment breaks)
Limited bursaries may be available for parents of/ or individuals living with FASD as well as graduates of AEI program. Maximum bursary amount: $500/ family.
See sidebar for downloadable Bursary Application
All those that have registered and paid their fee prior to September 24, 2015 will be entered into a draw to win an IPad Mini.

Keynotes include:

  • Dr. Edward Riley, FASD- An Update on Recent Research and New Developments
  • Dr. Sterling Clarren- New Canadian Guildelines for Screening and Diagnosis
  • Dr. Lori Vitale Cox- Medicine Wheel Toolkit
  • Myles HimmelreichWhat to Expect During a Full Body Diagnosis

Workshops and Sessions Include:

  • Seeing Through the Eyes of your Heart- Rebecca Martel & Jean Tait
  • Parent Child Assistance Program From a Rural Perspective- Tracey Knowlton
  • Heart Work, Long Ours Quilt- Cindy Peltier & Alison Trantor
  • Healing our Hearts, Accommodating our People- Richard Willier
  • 'Cause It's Still Not My Fault: Applying Best Practices for Students with FASD in the Classroom- Allan Mountford
  • Living Outside the Box- Tina Andrews
  • How to Communicte a Diagnosis of FASD to Children and Youth- Dr. Brenda Stade
  • Let's Set the Stage- Debbie Michaud & Rhonda Konrad