TAKE AWAY ideas and practical strategies that you can use immediately with individuals at high-risk for or have FASD and their families.
FASD is a brain-based developmental disorder that comes with unique needs and challenges, lasts throughout the lifespan, and can affect all aspects of daily living.
This conference focuses on practical interventions to improve outcomes for individuals with FASD.
Presentations will feature individuals living with FASD, interventions to create FASD-informed services developed in Minnesota state, and experiences of families and providers working within and with various systems of care. Learn how to effectively advocate for FASD-informed services for all who are affected by FASD.
Three breakout tracks offer more information on: (1) health, (2) home and school, and (3) interventions in the judicial system. Hear from educational consultants, physician, social service providers, mental health counselors, probation officer, parents, and retired Superior Court Judge.
Target Audience: Parents, educators, service providers working in substance use/mental health prevention and treatment programs, people serving the homeless, employers, probation officers and staff working in the judicial and criminal justice system, judges, police officers, CWS, and anyone involved in the human services field.
6.5 CEs approved by the Hawaii State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division for CSAC & CPS. 6.5 CEs approved for Social Workers.
Registration information coming soon!!
For more information, please contact:
Jana Moya, Conference Chair