Community Education & Training

Community Education

Members of the the Asante Centre team, including clinicians, program staff, and individuals with FASD, develop and host workshops, present at conferences and participate in a variety of community educational activities.

The Centre offers fee-for-service training for agencies or communities seeking greater understanding of developmental stressors and related concerns.

Topics and format are tailored to the specific audience and their needs, and may include prevention of prenatal alcohol use, introduction to developmental stressors, assessment and diagnosis, strategies for support, the impact of stressors in legal settings, classroom accommodations, strategies and self-care for caregivers, communication disabilities, mental health concerns, substance use, and more. 

The training was absolutely fabulous – Allison was entertaining and able to give clear relatable examples that helped our staff understand the differences between FASD and behaviour choices.  She also provided resources that we were able to share with staff who were not able to attend.
— Training Participant

All workshops are tailored to the needs of the audience in terms of topic, length, format, location and presenters. All sessions take a holistic, trauma-informed approach.

In-service workshops are by invitation, by calling the Centre at 604-467-7101, or emailing  Estimated fees are:

  • $500 per half day, or $1000 for a full day presentation by an individual Asante program staff or staff member with FASD in the Lower Mainland of BC

  • $750 per half day, or $1500 for a full day integrated presentation by both an Asante Centre program staff member and staff member with FASD in the Lower Mainland of BC

  • An additional $500 for travel time and expenses billed at cost for presentations in BC but outside of the Lower Mainland

  • Presentations held outside of BC will be evaluated individually for travel costs

Fees include: speaking time, preparation, and travel as per above.  Room space, catering, and printing costs are the responsibility of the inviting organization.  The topic, speaker, and presentation format (including participant numbers) are flexible as per the needs of the audience.

Multi-disciplinary Diagnostic Team Training

The Asante Centre's experienced team members offer diagnostic training to clinical teams around the world, either on site at our offices or in the team's home country. Opportunities are tailored to specific needs. Contact us to start your consultation.

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