2021 FASD CHAMPION AWARD – Nominations are open!
September 9th is International FASD Awareness Day. Recognized around the world, FASD Day raises awareness and understanding of FASD to improve prevention and diagnosis supports for individuals with FASD.
On this day we present the FASD Champion Award to an individual or group who has made significant contributions to the FASD Community in the Central Alberta FASD Network region.
Definition of a Champion: “a person who fights or argues for a cause or on behalf of someone else.”
Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond to support someone with FASD? Or someone who is increasing awareness of FASD in their workplace or our community?
Vote for the 2021 Champion here!
For more information on FASD check out: What is FASD.
“Staff have been so gracious about giving our harder to reach clients transportation to/from assessment appointments. They do an excellent job building rapport with clients, are very flexible when needed for our clients with poor memory and/or organizational skills. I appreciate that they always have an upbeat and welcoming presence about them and are happy to help us out with what they can.”