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FASD at the Frontline: Dialogue and Strategies for New Outcomes

March 6, 2014 - Posted in Uncategorized

We are excited to partner with the University of Regina Research Team  for “FASD at the Frontline: Dialogue and Strategies for New Outcomes” is a FREE one-day workshop that will be held on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at the University of Regina.  This event is being offered to justice professionals, social workers, and those who work in community-based organizations. For […]


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About the Network

The FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan, referred to as the Network, is a community based parent-led provincial organization. When the Network began, very little was known about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). Families were facing stigma, lack of services and misunderstanding. A group of like-minded parents came together seeking support and understanding. They had common concerns about the challenges of parenting children affected by prenatal exposure to alcohol.

As a group, the parents learned more about FASD and recognized the value of working together to bring greater awareness and understanding of FASD to our province. Now, many years later, parents and families are still at the core of the Network. An eight-member Board of Directors, most of whom are parents, offers experience and wisdom to help the Network continue to be a vibrant and growing provincial organization.

Vision Statement

The vision of the FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan, a parent-led provincial organization, is for individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and their families to recognize themselves as safe, supported, valued and contributing members of the community.

Hours of Operation

9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

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