Caregiver Curriculum on FASD 2014 now available on FASDChildWelfare.ca!

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The purpose of this curriculum is to provide a venue for caregivers including foster parents, families, kinship care, youth and child care workers, child welfare services, and others trying to understand and cope with many of the life challenges faced by children with FASD.

Direct Link: http://fasdchildwelfare.ca/learning/caregivers

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Funded by: Public Health Agency of Canada

 

For further information contact Dr. Dorothy Badry – E-mail: badry@ucalgary.ca. This curriculum was developed through a research grant from the Public Health Agency of Canada. As an online resource the curriculum has been made accessible and available to users as PowerPoint files and in PDF format and is intended to be shared and used as widely as possible. If this resource is being shared or used as a training tool and distributed to others please note that you are required to use the citation below as this material has an ISBN number and a copyright.

Title: Caregiver Curriculum on FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder), 2014

Author: Dorothy Badry & Jamie Hickey in collaboration with the Tri Province FASD Research Team

Format: PDF and PowerPoint - online topics and modules on the website fasdchildwelfare.ca

Publisher: Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary; Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba & Children’s Aid Society of Toronto-Child Welfare Institute

This project was funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada.

ISBN 978-0-88953-375-2©

Use of Material: This material can be freely shared and used with acknowledgment using the citation below.

Citation: Badry, D., Hickey, J. & the Tri Province FASD Research Team (2014). Caregiver Curriculum on FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder). (2014). Online: fasdchildwelfare.ca Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary; Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba & Children’s Aid Society of Toronto-Child Welfare Institute. Funder: Public Health Agency of Canada