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New training dates announced!



Training sessions available

Thursday 29th February – 9:30am– 11:30am

Tuesday 12th March – 20:00pm – 22:00pm

Thursday 14th March – 12:00pm – 14:00pm

Tickets per participant - £50

(Please note participants are only required to attend one of the training sessions)

 

Did you know…

There are more children born each year with FASD than with ASD, Spina Bifida, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) combined, and yet the condition often remains hidden or misunderstood by the wider population.

 

The Understanding FASD training sessions are suitable for anyone wishing to learn more about FASD.

 

During the training, you will learn:

• What is FASD

• What alcohol can do to a foetus

• How FASD can happen to any family

• Living with FASD

• Living alongside FASD

• The importance of the correct diagnosis- understanding   FASD management/support plans

• Our services- FASD community feedback

 

A certificate of completion will be issued, once completed. 

 

Register

Thursday 29th February – 9:30am– 11:30am - HERE

 

Tuesday 12th March – 20:00pm – 22:00pm - HERE

 

Thursday 14th March – 12:00pm – 14:00pm - HERE

 

Eventbrite recommends Google Chrome or Firefox for the best experience. To book tickets via a mobile phone please download Google Chrome HERE

 

The Presenters

Andrew Keeping is the CEO of FASD Awareness, he has become an instrumental figure in reshaping the narrative surrounding disabilities, through his FASD training and educational approaches in music. With an intricate understanding of neurodiversity born out of two decades of fostering children,

 

Tracy Allen founded FASD Awareness after fostering children with disabilities for over twenty years, she specialises in FASD, due to caring long term for children presenting at different ends of the FASD spectrum. 

 

Maggie May is a young adult diagnosed with FASD; she is a passionate Ambassador and Advocate for the charity FASD Awareness, sharing her insights about growing up and living on the FASD spectrum, as a child and now as an adult. Listen to her honest and eye-opening insights about living life the FASD way. Offering helpful hints and strategies, that she has found along the way to accepting her own diagnosis. 



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