FASD Programs, Services & Training
The Lakes District community has taken a proactive role in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) since 1991. As a result, CNC Lakes District Campus has actively supported the development of a number of programs designed by front line workers to provide supports and services to individuals affected by prenatal alcohol exposure and women at risk of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy.
CNC offers consultation, presentations and training to individuals, groups and communities.
We also offer university level courses in FASD.
FASD Programs and Services (click on links for more information)
Advanced Diploma in FASD Online
A Community FASD Prevention Program: Healthier Babies - Brighter Futures
Children, Family and Community Programs
Consultation, Presentations & Training
Focus Employment Program
FASD Resource Links (coming soon)
British Columbia's 10-year Plan for FASD (delivered in March 2008 by the Ministry of Children & Family Development)
PHAC BC 2010 Meeting Minutes
Empowering Front-Line Staff and Families Through a Collection of Lived Experiences
FASD ADVANCED DIPLOMA ONLINE 2012
If you would like more information on FASD programs and services offered by the College, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated Nov 7, 2012