IN CASE YOU MISSED IT!
Arkansas None for Nine was proud to be a co-sponsor of a recent training: “Advocating for Individuals and Families Living with FASD.” This valuable webinar featured renowned FASD experts Tom Donaldson, Dr. Larry Burd, Diane Smith Howard, and William Edwards. Moderated by Arkansas’ own Tom Masseau and David Deere, the webinar focused on:
- FASD: If it’s so common why don’t we see it?
- Educational rights of children and youth with FASD
- Why FASD should be considered a developmental disability: Identifying the need for services to overcome not overshadow the secondary disabilities
If you missed this important webinar, check out the video below!
Educational Rights of Children and Youth with FAS – Howard
FASD If It Is So Common Why Don’t We See It – Burd
Why FASD Should Be Considered a Developmental Disability – EDWARDS
Arkansas’ 7th Biennial Conference on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
This year’s Virtual Conference on FASD: A Conversation with the Experts was a huge success!
Over 250 people registered for this free event!
- FASD’s and sensory processing
- Parenting a child with FASD
- Transitioning into adulthood for individuals diagnosed
- Nutrition and diet for those with FASD
- Being an adult with FASD
- Getting a diagnosis and the Specialty Diagnostic Resource Center approach
- Understanding schools: IEP’s, 504’s, and available resources
For those speakers who had a PowerPoint presentation, below are links to those presentations:
- Sensory dysregulation
- Specialty Diagnostic Resource Center
- The transition process
- Understanding schools
- The Conundrum of Cognition & Communication in the FASD Brain
If you have any questions about this year’s conference, please contact David Deere at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in participating in Arkansas’ Task Force on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, please contact Shaneca Smith at email@example.com.