Join the Alberta Learning Series webinar on mentoring and FASD scheduled for Wednesday, October 19th 2:00 to 3:45 mountain time.
Confabulation can be a characteristic associated with FASD. It is important to understand the difference between confabulation and lying. This article does a great job of explaining confabulation.
This social skills game, developed by Philip McMaster (PhD) a special education teacher, is designed to open up discussion and teach social skills to older children and teenagers.
The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute has created a campaign aimed at fathers and the important role they play in FASD awareness and prevention.
The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute has created a campaign aimed at father's and the important role they play in FASD awareness and prevention.
A Webinar: October 6th. Topic: A Public Health Interpretation of Response to Intervention Strategies
NTI Upstream and Dr. Ira Chasnoff are presenting a webinar:
11:00 - 12:15 Pacific Time
Cost: $24.99 US
The focus of the webinar is RTI utilizing a four-tiered, behavioural health system of care.
This article by Francois Biber, CBC News, examines the inconsistencies in support for individuals with FASD. Michelle Stewart, a professor from the University of Regina, travelled across Canada to explore levels of support for individuals with FASD.
This article explores how slow processing speed can increase anxiety and how anxiety can affect processing speed. The article also provides some practical solutions that will help students with processing speed issues.
The Alberta Learning Series continues to provide excellent webcast learning opportunities. This Thursday, September 22nd, 9:00-10:30 (MDT) the webcast will be about the Wellness, Resiliency, and Partnership Projects (WRaP).
Further information and registration information is available at: Alberta Learning Series.