For original article click here. It’s National Accessibility Week in Canada! Held annually during the first week of June, National Accessibility Week is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of Canadians with disabilities and to recognize those individuals, communities, and workplaces that are actively working to remove barriers to … [Read more...] about CanFASD: National Accessibility Week and FASD
An FASD inclusive event providing education, learning through art, and opportunities to connect with local resources. JOIN US ON OUR NEW DATE! WE'VE GONE ONLINE! This is an online registered event that will be held via Zoom with access to our private Facebook page for resources and an opportunity to enter door prize draws. This event is ideal … [Read more...] about FASD – A Day of Art & Learning
Tina Lam, Ph.D. For original editorial click here. Globally, alcohol is the leading risk factor for death and disability in the population aged 15–49 years, accounting for almost 10% of deaths . Worldwide per capita consumption is projected to increase , and two thirds of the alcohol industry’s revenue is accounted for by drinking above … [Read more...] about How Should We Regulate the Way Young People Are Introduced to Alcohol?
AISH (Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped) has updated "Your Guide to Completing the AISH Application". To see the new version please click here. The Assured Income for Severely Handicapped (AISH) program provides financial and health benefits to eligible adult Albertans with a permanent medical condition that prevents them from earning a … [Read more...] about How to Apply for AISH
We want you to know more about who we are within the Network and the different aspects of our roles, so join us as we have interviewed each member of our Central Alberta FASD Network team so that you can get to know them a little better. To see the interview featuring Julie, our Executive Director, please click … [Read more...] about Interviews Featuring Staff from the Central Alberta FASD Network