The Northwest Central Alberta FASD Assessment and Diagnostic Services provides community-based FASD assessment and diagnostic services and intervention planning for children and adults prenatally affected by alcohol exposure in the Network’s region.
Up until now, children and families requiring these services have had to rely on services outside of the region. This has often resulted in longer wait lists and/or travel outside of the region. Coordinated follow-up support services to children and families on completion of the Assessment and Diagnostic Clinic has been limited as well.
Information and universal prevention strategies targeted at the general population.Learn More
Prevention strategies that promote the health of the mother, prevent or minimize harm to the fetus.Learn More
Research is important to expand our understanding of FASD and potential methods to prevent and assist.Learn More
Training & Education
The Northwest Central Alberta FASD Network coordinates community-based FASD assessment and diagnostic services and intervention planning for children and adults prenatally affected by alcohol exposure.Learn More
Parents need access to functional assessment for diagnosis and intervention.Learn More