FASD: Moving Forward After Diagnosis
This module is for parents, caregivers, and professionals who have already received FASD training and understand that FASD is a brain-based disability that requires a shift in our thinking. Our goal for this module is to help navigate next steps in building a community of support after receiving a diagnosis or determining that FASD is suspected.
In this module, we invite you to explore different aspects of self-care and discover ways to fit these habits into your life that will hopefully provide a little bit of love and attention for your own body, mind, and soul. We hope this will help you re-frame, re-energize, and re-start your self-care practice. As parents and caregivers who support kids with their mental health and well-being, we’ve learned along the way how valuable self-care is.
Le Trouble du spectre de l’alcoolisation fœtale (TSAF) – de l’autre côté
Ce module d’apprentissage en ligne s’adresse aux parents et/ou aux aidants ayant déjà reçu une formation sur le Trouble du spectre de l’alcoolisation fœtale (TSAF) et qui comprennent que le TSAF est une affection du cerveau qui demande un changement dans notre façon de penser en adoptant un point de vue centré sur « ne PEUT pas » plutôt que « ne VEUT pas ».
Living Life “On the Flip Side”
This eLearning training module is for parents and caregivers who have already received FASD training and have an understanding that FASD is a brain-based disability that requires a shift in our thinking about our loved one’s behaviour from won’t to can’t. Created by caregivers, this training will help you connect in ways that will give you hope as your journey through each day with your loved one with FASD.
FASD in the Early Years
The Indigenous Network
This course is developed by EarlyOn about the importance of embracing Risky Play with your children.
Building Positive Spaces
You are Not Alone