Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder session – Ulverstone
March 18 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
What is FASD [Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder] and how can early childhood educators include children with FASD into their programs?
FASD in partnership with Gowrie Inclusion Agency Tasmania and Gowrie Training & Consultancy, have organised a professional development session facilitated by Vicki Russell from FASD Tasmania.
The presentation will include:
- Overview of FASD – context – the impact of alcohol in society and particularly women’s use; the impact of alcohol at a cellular level and epigenetics; prevalence (international, national and state rates), Australian diagnostic instrument and diagnostic process
- Presentation of FASD – impact on development – brain and physical – presenting difficulties across the lifespan, identifying risk factors.
- Strategies to support the inclusion of children (FASD) within daily education and care programs – Vicki will draw on her experience and Certificate of Mastery in a neurobehavioural approach (USA).
This is an exciting opportunity not to be missed! Register on the link below.
When: Thursday 18th March 9.30am—11.30am
Venue: Ulverstone Sports and Leisure Centre, Flora Street, West Ulverstone
Please note that all booking costs are exclusive of GSTMarch 18, 2021 9:30 am - 11:30 am