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Demystifying FASD and other Neurobehavioral Conditions-Nancy Hall

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The Pentecostal of Quinte Church

490 Dundas Street West

Belleville, ON K8P 4G6

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Demystifying FASD and other Neurobehavioral Conditions-Understanding and Application of a Brain-Based Approach

This workshop was designed for parents and professionals; content is relevant for the range of disciplines. It provides a common language for participants which enhances ongoing collaboration and networking among those living and working with people with FASD in all systems. Participants in past trainings have included parents, people with FASD, teachers, nurses, physicians, attorneys, judges, mental health and addictions professionals, psychologists, and social workers, and employers, among others.


Nancy Hall has been a FASD community development facilitator, educator and consultant for the past 13 years, as well as, a member of the FASD Ontario Network of Expertise (FASD ONE) for 8 years. Nancy also co-authored a research paper on Effective Service provision for people impacted by FASD, in 2009. And most recently, Nancy has been mentored by FASD expert Diane Malbin for the last four years. This has resulted in Nancy becoming a part time Program Director for Diane Malbin’s agency, FASCETS, in Portland, Oregon and the creation of the satellite agency FASCETS Canada.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Please preregister. Sessions will start at 9 am each day

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