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The Value of Good Conversation

Sometimes, okay – most of the time, as a caregiver I feel like I just stick out in life. It feels like I don’t really fit anywhere or with anybody. 1,140 more words

The Caregiver Wish List

History has markers that breaks up time by historical events. An example would be the most commonly known, BC and AD.

Most of us don’t use those particular markers of time on a daily basis and so we all have our own markers that we use to carve out chunks of time in life in which change came, growth was inspired and it all became part of our personal collection of memories that make up our lives. 361 more words

Parenting Children with FASD- Strongest Families Research Study

A quick reminder that the “Strongest Families” research study is still recruiting participants.

If you have a child with FASD age 4-12, live in Canada, and would like help with your child’s challenging behaviours, you may be eligible to participate! 35 more words


Update to FASD Caregiver Survey- Now open for Caregivers of Adults!

Recently, we posted a survey for caregivers of children with FASD, asking about caregiver stresses and needs. Initially, the survey was only open to caregivers of children under 18. 205 more words


Calling All Caregivers in Canada

Are you a caregiver of a child/youth with FASD living in Canada? 

If so, the University of Alberta and CanFASD need your help! We are conducting a short online survey in order to learn more about the needs and stresses associated with caring for a child/youth with FASD. 119 more words


Strongest Families Research Program- Now Recruiting Participants!

Some of you may have read our post “Strongest Families Research Program” in May about an upcoming research study designed to help parents of children with FASD to deal with their child’s challenging behaviours… 183 more words


Strongest Families Research Program

Strongest Families– Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is a research program developed by Nova Scotia’s Centre for Research in Family Health at the IWK Health Centre in conjunction with the FASD Research Program at Queen’s University. 303 more words