Ontario Educational Group for Adults with FASD, or Suspected FASD

19 May, 2021

A monthly education group for Adults with FASD or suspected FASD to explore topics of interest determined by the group members.

During these sessions, we will talk about what matters to you. We will share information and learn something new, all from the comfort of your home. Participate in discussions at your comfort level.

This group is for adults over the age of 18 with or suspected FASD who live anywhere in Ontario.

There is no charge to attend the group.

The group is facilitated by an experienced facilitator.

Pre-registration is required to attend each group session using the link below.

Meeting Details

Topic: Understanding Grief and Loss

Join us to learn more about the role of grief and loss and understand how it impacts our journey in understanding ourselves, our relationship with others, and how grief/loss are connected to our developmental stages all throughout our adulthood. Start a journey to heal it and embrace the learnings from it so we can move forward and not feel stuck.

Day: Wednesday

Date: May 19

Time: 6:30-8:00 pm

Guest Speaker: Karen Moore

Karen Moore is a registered social worker who is a permanency competent clinician. She works with children, youth and adults who are walking the journey of life working through loss, grief, prenatal exposure to drugs/alcohol, adoption, foster care, trauma, LGBTQ2.

Karen is the clinical director at a children/youth mental health centre, and has a private practice providing counselling and training support. Her family was formed through permanency adding 4 children through adoption.

Funding generously provided by


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