Register now for the March 21, 2018, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Webcast
Join us for this free webcast entitled: Let’s Get Real: the FASD Prevention Conversation Adolescent Project.
“The FASD Prevention Conversation: A Shared Responsibility,” is a province wide initiative funded by the FASD Cross-Ministry Committee. The project focuses on the power of relationships by fostering brief, non-judgmental conversations to inspire change related to alcohol use during pregnancy.
The FASD Prevention Conversation originally targeted adults and was well received in Alberta communities. The Adolescent Project is bringing the key messaging to young people.
Debbie and Megan will:
- Provide a brief overview of the intent, content and proposed delivery of “Let’s Get Real” strategies to reach youth and young adults with prevention messaging.
- Detail new resources available for teachers, youth group leaders, and others who mentor young people and want to provide positive FASD prevention messaging.
- Explain how local network facilitators can provide mentors with training and materials adaptable to make the program appropriate for a variety of age groups, developmental stages and settings.
This webinar will be of interest to persons directly affected by FASD and anyone else supporting persons with FASD.
Date: Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. MST
Speakers: Megan Tucker and Debbie Collins
Format: Presenters with PowerPoint Presentation
Cost: FREE! Please share with your networks
Q&A: You can pose questions to the speakers through the live chat functionality. Remember, the live webcasts are interactive and we encourage you to participate in the question and answer portions by typing questions for speakers in the chat window, which is located below the main video panel on the webcast page.
Debbie Collins currently facilitates “The FASD Prevention Conversation” in the Lakeland Network. She also trains mentors/advocates through The Parent and Child Assistance Program (PCAP). Debbie is a mother and a grandmother of loved ones with FASD and is passionate about prevention.
Megan Tucker is the training coordinator at the Lakeland Centre for FASD as well as a prevention conversation facilitator for the Lakeland Metis Network. Megan has been involved with the Network for almost 10 years.
Previous webcasts are available on the CSS Learning Series Website.
THE FASD LEARNING SERIES:
The FASD Learning Series helps individuals, caregivers, front-line workers and professionals learn more about FASD, and how to support persons with FASD. The educational sessions cover a broad range of topics and are accessible to all Albertans.
Alberta’s FASD 10-Year Strategic Plan outlines the government’s commitment to provide awareness and prevention of FASD, as well as assessment, diagnosis, and support for individuals with FASD and their caregivers. All services and activities are built on a foundation of stakeholder engagement.