Reducing Stigma: Writing and Talking about FASD

The language we use and the ways in which we use it are important. Based on tenets of the Prevention Conversation and the CanFASD Common

Register Now for CanFASD’s Webinar: Reducing Stigma, Writing and Talking About FASD!

Topic: Reducing Stigma: Writing and Talking About FASD Description: The language we use and the ways in which we use it are important. Based on

Examining barriers to harm reduction and child welfare services for pregnant women and mothers who use substances using a stigma action framework

Wolfson L, Schmidt RA, Stinson J, Poole N. Examining barriers to harm reduction and child welfare services for pregnant women and mothers who use substances

Minimizing sample bias due to stigmatized behaviours: the representativeness of participants in a cohort study of alcohol in pregnancy

Tappin, D., Mackay, D., Reynolds, L. et al. Minimizing sample bias due to stigmatized behaviours: the representativeness of participants in a cohort study of alcohol in pregnancy. BMC

Beauty in Brain Differences: A Campaign to End FASD Stigma

This resource is from Pauktuutit which is a national non-profit organization representing Inuit women in Canada. Our ‘Beauty in Brain Difference’ campaign is grounded in recognizing the

FASD: Let’s Change The Conversation

ResourceFASD: Let’s Change the Conversation The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute shares clear and informative collection of key concepts that challenge the stigma associated with FASD by building understanding and awareness.

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