2015 GUIDELINES

DECEMBER 2015 DIAGNOSIS GUIDELINES FOR
FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER 

Vision 

Supports are available, accessible and meaningful to every person affected by FASD.

Mission

To align with the Government of Alberta’s mission to provide leadership and work collaboratively with partners and support community stakeholders to provide FASD services, information and awareness in South East Alberta.

MOCKTAILS FOR
MOMS

The South East Alberta Fetal Alcohol (SEAFAN) Network is proud to bring the City of Medicine Hat and surrounding area the fourth Mocktails for Moms Event on International FASD Awareness DAY, held on the ninth day of the ninth month as a reminder that during the nine months of pregnancy a woman should abstain from alcohol.

Check back soon for participating venues for 2016

Event Details

TRAINING
WORKSHOP

FASD Training Workshop/ Q2 Meeting
September 12-16, 2016
Location and details: TBA

Role of the Network

Through dynamic partnerships and collaboration of its members, the South East Alberta FASD Network (SEAFAN) Society provides a comprehensive, coordinated response to FASD to individuals and families within the region, including a full continuum of services across the lifespan which are culturally appropriate and sensitive to individual, family and community diversity.