Registration for virtual FASD Learning Series is now LIVE!

We are excited to announce that the registration for our first virtual FASD learning series is now live on our website. We have 35 spots open so hurry to register for the sessions!


Who can register?

Many of us know of family members, community members, and clients who are living with FASD. FASD learning series is a 7-part series and exciting opportunity for child and family services staff, support workers, families and caregivers, and others to learn and share experiences, challenges, and strategies for supporting individuals living with FASD. The session starts from May 12th till June 23rd every Wednesday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.


How to participate?

Register online on our website under ‘calendar of events. You will not be registered for all the sessions by registering in only one session. So, please remember to register for each session separately. Please register by May 7th, 2021. You can also register for the sessions by clicking on the registration link in the table below:




Registration Link

May 12th

Prenatal exposure, navigating stigma, and language use


 To Register for Series 1: Click Here

May 19th

Symptoms Expression


 To Register for Series 2: Click Here

May 26th

Secondary Disabilities


 To Register for Series 3: Click Here

June 2nd

Finding purpose: Strategies to living a successful life with a disability


 To Register for Series 4: Click Here

June 9th

Navigating Support: Jordan’s Principle


 To Register for Series 5: Click Here

June 16th    

Dealing with complex behavior


To Register for Series 6: Click Here

June 23rd

Panel Session


To Register for Series 7: Click Here


Elder will be in attendance and supporting each session. Join us for these interactive sessions and get ready to hear from our Elders, behavior consultants, disability experts, parents, and individuals who have lived with FASD. Participants who attend the series will be getting FASD related resources once they complete the series and exciting door prizes at every session!

[Note: you have to attend at least 4 sessions to be eligible for the resources].









If you have questions or concern, please contact our researcher Anuja Thapa @ (306) 250-0740 or via email at anuja@sfnfci.ca or program coordinator Lacey Kaysaywaysemat @ (306) 526- 2566 or via email at lacey@sfnfci.ca


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