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Upcoming Events

Save the Date! On April 3rd & 4th, 2019, join us in Becoming Behaviour Detectives with Kim Barthel!

Where: Evered Hall - UFV Student Union Society, 33844 King Rd, Abbotsford.

Early Bird: $150 After February 15: $175 Subsidies are available.

Register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/becoming-a-behavioural-detective-with-kim-barthel-understanding-and-supporting-complex-behaviours-tickets-52921184688

What is the FASD Collaboration Roundtable?

The FASD Collaboration Roundtable – as the name suggests – is a way of bringing together people from across systems to network, share information, discuss issues and problem-solve effective responses, then try to entrench that in policy and practice. The goal is to involve all of the key systems and agencies that deliver services to children, youth and adults with FASD in the greater community. In addition, the Roundtable welcomes the voices of parents, grandparents, other caregivers of individuals with FASD, as well as other advocates, for the experience-based perspectives these stakeholders bring to the discussion.

What can I expect from the Annual FASD Fall Conference?

Each year the FASD Collaboration Roundtable's organizing committee provides an opportunity for learning and networking around FASD through the Annual FASD Fall Conference.  The conference theme varies from year to year, but always focuses on a topic pertinent to FASD.  Learning takes place through a variety of forums, including lecture, panel discussions, performances, information tables and group discussions. Participants learn about emerging knowledge of FASD and relevant concerns, as well as practical implications for support. All participants have an opportunity to learn about resources and supports available in the community, with an emphasis on networking and liaising with professionals and families.

Meet the Roundtable members!

Previous Conferences

Materials from the 11th Annual FASD Collaboration Roundtable Fall Conference: Caring Across the Lifespan:

Representation Agreements with Kathy Trotter

Making an Impact with Paul Thompson and Glenda Jansen

Health Outcomes for People with Neurodevelopmental Diversities with Dr. Kyle Sue