In an effort to improve outcomes for those with FASD and ADHD, Dr. J. Kapalanga, Principal Investigator with Grey Bruce Health Services (Ontario) and Western University is calling for assistance in the study of clinical and genetic links between FASD and ADHD. This study will examine the clinical and genetic links between FASD and ADHD. … Continue reading Participants Required (Ontario) for FASD / ADHD Study
International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day is held on September 9 each year. It has grown over the last 20 years. Here are some 2019 highlights.
An interesting discussion came about a couple weeks ago on the language and word choices used to describe people with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder as well as the experience of having FASD. I asked Maggie if I could share her post which puts the debate into perspective. For me personally before I came to accept … Continue reading FASD Sufferers or FASD Superheroes
International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day is just under a month away. Here are some ideas and planning suggestions from FASworld and the Red Shoes Rock team on how to plan a Bell Concordance or ideas for a minute of reflection. These can be group activities or a reflection you undertake on your own … Continue reading FASDay: A Bell Concordance or A Minute of Reflection
Results published recently from CanFASD on research looking at affect regulation was significant to include as the new Day 58 of 99 Days, as over the next few days we will be looking at some of the common characteristics or challenges that people with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder live with on a day to day … Continue reading Affect Regulation and FASD
Today (July 24) is International Self-Care Day I’d never heard about it before yesterday when I was looking on the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) website at work. A bit timely since self care is, and has been, pretty low on my radar lately. Many people in a caregiver role do not have time for self … Continue reading Self Care and Messages from the Universe in the FASD Lane
This is Day 30 for the 2019 99 Days to FASDay The ‘F‐words’ in childhood disability: I swear this is how we should think! P. Rosenbaum and J. W. Gorter The 21st century is witnessing a sea change in our thinking about ‘disability’. Nowhere are these developments more apparent than in the field of childhood disability, where … Continue reading F words in Childhood Neurodisability