FASD: The hidden disability you may see in out-of-home care
This online webinar hosted by CETC and NOFASD Australia was held on 5th September 2022 and included speakers:
Sophie Harrington – NOFASD Australia – Introduction to FASD and why it’s an issue for Out of Home Care
Neil Reynolds – Carer and educator – Why it’s important for professionals working in OOHC to understand FASD and what support carers need
Dr Robyn Williams – Senior Research Fellow, Curtain University – Supporting Aboriginal Kinship Carers in the light of systematic challenges, and some ways forward
Prue Walker – FASD specialist, CETC – The research – prevalence and impact of FASD in OOHC; diagnosis and implications
Dr Vanessa Spiller – Clinical Psychologist and carer – An approach to supporting children, young people and families – effective strategies and resources.
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