Wednesday, February 22nd                   9:00 AM to 11:30 AM NDT

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1-6 East Drive

77 Charter Avenue, Suite 100

St. John's, NL, A1A 0N2  

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Dave Murphy 
Newfoundland & Labrador Housing & Homelessness Network 

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) 

Facilitator: Kate Winsor, Project Coordinator - FASD-NL

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This workshop is free

 Thank you to FASD-NL and the NLHHN for their leadership in developing the workshop.  

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Please join us on Wednesday, February 22nd at the NLHHN Provincial Learning Centre for the next in our series of community workshops.

FASD 101 is a 2.5 hour introductory workshop that aims to increase understanding of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD), its new diagnostic guidelines, and promising interventions for people with FASD.

This training explains FASD, the challenges associated with the condition, working from a strengths perspective and discusses effective strategies.

More information about fasdNL can be found at www.fasdnl.ca

About the trainer:

Kate Winsor is a graduate student at Memorial University, her research interests include young offenders with FASD, their experiences in the criminal justice system, and the role of FASD in juvenile justice decision making. Kate works for fasdNL Network - working with individuals with FASD, their parents, caregivers & advocates to address gaps in support across Newfoundland & Labrador. Kate is also a parent of children with FASD.