|FASD ~ Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder|
The brain-based approach to living with and supporting individuals and families impacted by FASD acknowledges the source of behaviors: the brain. This model provides a set of research-based best practices for interactions with those prenatally exposed to alcohol.
Join us for five webinars provided by Adrienne Bashista, Director of Families Affected by FASD (FAFASD). Adrienne is an accomplished presenter and conveys her professional knowledge and lived experience with clarity and ease.
The 10 hour training will have plenty of Q & A time. If you miss a session, the recording will be available for you to watch before the group meets again. Register here
****The first 20 registrants will receive the book by Diane Malbin, Trying Differently Rather than Harder.
You do not want to miss this training...whether you are a caregiver, therapist, professional support person, or interested in those with a suspected or diagnosed FASD. Study the model, meet the challenge, change the environment, and see the positive results.
P.S. Parents, family members, and guardians may apply for reimbursement from the Rossi Fund through NCCDD to cover the expenses of this training.