The aim of FASD Post-Secondary Training is to educate students about FASD and help prepare them for their future careers.
Students in programs as diverse as corrections, psychology, addictions, nursing, and education benefit from this interactive FASD workshop. Students learn strategies for support and gain an understanding of the lived experience of FASD. Each attendee will be challenged to consider how they might use this knowledge of FASD to make a difference in their future careers. FASD is a unique disability that requires knowledge and understanding of the fundamental behaviors to offer beneficial support or assistance to the individual.
Classrooms throughout Saskatchewan can benefit from these free training sessions that can be tailored to fit the needs of their specific curriculum and future careers. Students, armed with this knowledge, can make a difference.
The FASD Network will travel throughout the province to offer this free Post-Secondary training to classrooms from various fields of study. Contact the Network at (306) 975 – 0885 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book a presentation in your classroom.