What is it?
The FASD Symposium is Eastern Canada’s largest annual gathering of everyone connected to the FASD community. This one-day interactive, educational event, with content available in English and French, attracts 400+ people each year.
- People with FASD
- Healthcare Professionals
- Families and Caregivers of People with FASD
- Justice Professionals
- Social Services Professionals
- Those with an interest in FASD
6th Annual Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Eastern Ontario Symposium
January 24th, 2023
Theme: It is Time to Change
A day-long virtual conference focusing on the theme: “It is Time to Change”. The conference organizers hope to bring together advocates and researchers to share their knowledge and creative ideas about effecting change in systems, identifying existing gaps and suggesting actions we need to take to support people (and their caregivers) in the FASD community.
Why Should You Attend?
This Symposium is for anyone who recognises that they interact regularly with people with FASD – at work, at school, at home and in the community – and want advice on strategies to improve these interactions. If you want to learn more about how to support people with FASD, need support yourself, or wish to learn from others, the FASD Symposium is for you.
This conference is designed to not only provide tools for working with individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder but will also provide in-depth learning for those working in the education, health, mental health, child development, law enforcement, corrections, child welfare, and social services sectors.
We all have a role to play in increasing awareness about how alcohol impacts unborn babies, and supporting people with FASD and their families. FASD affects +/– 1.5 M Canadians – There is no safe amount, no safe type, and no safe time to drink alcohol during pregnancy.
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