Top Articles of 2018

CanFASD staff, researchers, and Family Advisory Committee members worked together in selecting certain articles to highlight some of the work that has been published over the last year in the field of FASD. Over 460 papers published on FASD in 2018 were narrowed down to a final list of 35 that focus on CanFASD’s areas of […]

Article Summary: Prevalence and characteristics of adults with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder in corrections: a Canadian case ascertainment study

Individuals with FASD are overrepresented in criminal justice settings, but there is currently little evidence to describe prevalence rates. The study summarized below estimated the prevalence of FASD in a Northern Canadian correctional context. Main Findings Of 80 individuals assessed, 14 received a diagnosis of FASD, equating to a 17.5% prevalence rate Among those who […]

International FASD Conference 2019- Research, Results and Relevance

The 8th International Conference on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, titled ‘Research, Results and Relevance’, will be held from March 6-9th in Vancouver British Columbia. The conference is a collaboration of experts from various disciplines to share research on  prevention, diagnosis and intervention. Objectives of the conference include: Collaborate on how emerging research can be applied […]

CanFASD Courses: Foundations in FASD

CanFASD is pleased to announce our newest free course, which provides a basic training program intended for everyone that will come into contact with individuals with FASD. This evidence-based course is both culturally sensitive and responsive to learners needs. Topics in this course include an overview of FASD assessment and diagnosis, FASD interventions, how alcohol […]

Ottawa Senators and the Rural FASD Support Network make hockey dreams come true

On January 5th, 2019, the Ottawa Senators played the Minnesota Wild at the Canadian Tire Centre. Prior to the game, Robert More was interviewed by CBC Radio, as described below. Robert More is with the Rural FASD Support Network and is the adoptive father of 3 children with FASD, who have never before been to […]