FASD Hub Australia – Building blocks for success: Understanding & supporting children with FASD in the school environment
In this short webinar hosted by FASD Hub Australia and Learning With FASD, our experts in paediatrics, occupational therapy, and education provide an overview of the common challenges that children with FASD may face in the classroom, as well as strategies to set them up for success.

FASD Awareness – Our FASD Strategies & Coping Mechanisms -FASD Webinar #22. In this December webinar we have listened to many of the requests coming into FASD Awareness and we have arranged some of the world’s leading advocates of FASD to discuss their methods, techniques, and strategies around the day to day coping mechanism that they use to thrive.

FASD United (formerly NOFAS) – FASD United Policy Forum – November 2023

The Matilda Centre – Learning with FASD: Building blocks for success: Understanding and supporting children with FASD. This webinar is aimed at primary school teaching and support staff looking to learn more about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), and how to support children with FASD to thrive at school.

Program Lead CAPCCPNPNetwork – FASD Webinar: A Complicated and Beautiful Brain
This presentation will help the participants to recognize that FASD is a part of all of our job descriptions. We will discuss the urgent need for us on the front line to understand that drinking during pregnancy is actually on the rise despite what we know.

Al Coates – Episode 5 of FASD – What’s da Craic? Foster Carer Frank
In this episode Scott had a chat with foster carer and parent Frank. Frank and his wife adopted in the early 90’s in the UK and since then have returned to Ireland to live. Franks shares his families story of living with FASD, how they became aware of it, how they were supported, as well as how it impacted everyone in the longer term with the sad passing of his son 4 years ago from suicide.

CanFASD – About FASD Prevention
Canadian prevention specialists have identified four mutually reinforcing prevention approaches as effective in delivering FASD prevention, linked to overall policy strategies. The four levels span general and specific practices that assist women to improve their health and the health of their children, with support from family, support networks, services and community.