Our Training

Free training is available across Alberta for anyone interested in conversations about alcohol and pregnancy and the prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.

Our messages:

  • The baby’s brain and nervous system develops throughout the entire pregnancy and drinking may lead to a lifelong diagnosis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD, or alcohol exposure in the womb).
  • If you drink alcohol and are sexually active, make sure you use effective contraception.
  • Friends, partners and family members can support a pregnant woman by asking how they can help her to make healthy choices and healthy babies.

This training is part of the Government of Alberta’s 10-Year FASD Plan.

Contact the Prevention Conversation Facilitator nearest you for more information.

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For more information about the FASD Prevention Conversation, A Shared Responsibility project please contact the Project Manager, Hazel Mitchell:  hmitchell@safasd.ca

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