Calling all parents/caregivers and those with FASD!
FASD Research: Learning Together — FREE Collaborative Workshop
August 29-August 30, 2016
Join in this unique opportunity to meetand collaborate with Canadian researchers on FASD. This event focuses on the challenges and issues facing parents/caregivers and those with FASD to help inform research direction.
Registration is limited, so register early for this exciting event! Registration will close by August 1, 2016.
We are offering childcare and day programming for children and youth. If you require childcare or day programming, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Childcare spaces are limited, please register as soon as possble allow us to accomodate you. This event will be hosted by CanFASD working in partnership with the national Family Advisory Committee.
Event is free with registration. Priority will be given to families/caregivers and those with FASD. To register, CLICK HERE for a link to the eventbrite page and free registration.
There is an early survey being circulated to get feedback and input about areas of concern and research needs. The feedback will help inform the agenda for the two day meeting. CLICK HERE for a short survey that will help us to create the agenda for the event!
Registration and survey will close at the end of July. Check this page for updates including information about where to book hotels at discount rates, additional low-cost housing options when in Regina and information about childcare.
This hands-on workshop will focus on key issues raised by participants and caregivers/parents across Canada and will highlight current research and strategies to provide effective supports for families and individuals with FASD across the lifespan. This event will be driven by the needs and experiences of those with FASD.
Canada FASD Research Network is an agency committed to evidence-based approaches to addressing issues associated with FASD. With that in mind, it is imperative to hear from caregivers and individuals with FASD about the challenges they are facing so that CanFASD can try to address those those challenges through research. Research that is committed to evidence-based approaches and is meant to have timely impact on policy, programming and practices.
In addition to childcare and day programming for youth, there will be networking opportunities for parents/caregivers. Lunch will be provided on both days and free parking at the University for all registered participants. Further information about discounted block reservations (hotels) will be updated on this site and sent to registered participants mid-June. Please complete the following pre-event survey to help inform the topics to be discussed.
This event is partially funded by the CIHR (Canadian Institutes of Health Research) SPOR (Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research) grant.
When:Monday, 29 August 2016 at 8:30 AM – Tuesday, 30 August 2016 at 2:30 PM (CST) WhereUniversity of Regina – Regina, SK – View Map