1. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: A Curriculum for Those Working with Young Children and Their Families in Home and Community Settings
This document will educate child care providers about FASD in order to prepare them to provide appropriate supports and interventions to children, aged 0 to 6, and their families; and secondly, to strengthen the capacity of communities to implement and maintain supports for the service providers who work with young children who have behaviours associated with FASD and their families.
http://www.whitecrowvillage.org/education/documents/FASDFacilGuideFINAL-1.pdf

2. Tips for Parents
30 tips for parents and caregivers of Children with FASD (42 pages)
http://www.skfasnetwork.ca/main/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/FASD-Tips-for-Parents-and-Caregivers-1-20.pdf
PDF: TIPS FOR PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS

3. Strategies not Solutions
This Booklet is designed for caregivers and professionals who, in their everyday lives, encounter children and youth affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Readers should be aware that this Booklet provides strategies and suggestions for people who already have a base understanding of FASD.
http://fasd.alberta.ca/documents/Strategies_Not_Solutions_Handbook.pdf
PDF: STRATEGIES NOT SOLUTIONS

4. Lets Talk FASD
In an effort to respond to the needs of those caring for and working with children and adults with FASD, VON Canada has developed parent-driven best practice parenting guidelines for children and adults with FASD.
http://www.von.ca/fasd/_fasdtool_fullproof_final.pdf
PDF: LET’S TALK FASD

5. Lifeguard Strategies for Supporting Adolescents and Adults Affected by FASD
This booklet is the result of a workshop exercise designed by Brenda Bennett, founding director of FASD Life’s Journey Inc. in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
http://www.skfasnetwork.ca/pdf%20files/LifeguardStrategies_web2010.pdf

6. Aboriginal Approaches to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres (2002, Rev. 2008)
www.ofifc.org/, www.ofifc.org/pdf/20080101_Aboriginal_Approaches_FASD.pdf
Through the sharing of personal stories, this special report provides a look at the efforts in Aboriginal communities over the past three decades to support individuals and families with FASD.
PDF: ABORIGINAL APPROACHES TO FASD

7. FASD Toolkit for Aboriginal Communities
Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres (2005)
www.ofifc.org/, http://www.ofifc.org/pdf/20080415_FASD_Toolkit.pdf
This is a user-friendly resource for front line workers working with children, youth, adults and families living with FASD.  Ideas are based on the Aboriginal Medicine Wheel Concept.
PDF: FASD TOOLKIT 2008

8. NeuroDevNet
A Canadian Network of Centres of Excellence (NCE), is dedicated to understanding brain development and to helping children and their families overcome the challenges of neurodevelopmental disorders. The following link provides 4 videos on FASD and other resources.
http://www.neurodevnet.ca/resources/fasd-resources

9. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and the Criminal Justice System: A Poor Fit (2010)
An overview of FASD and the Criminal Justice System issues and concerns
http://www.hsjcc.on.ca/Resource%20Library/Developmental%20Disability%20and%20Dual%20Diagnosis/Fetal%20Alcohol%20Spectrum%20Disorder%20and%20the%20Criminal%20Justice%20System%20-%20A%20Poor%20Fit%20-%202010.pdf
PDF: FASD AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

10. John Howard Society and the Criminal Justice System: A Poor Fit (2013)
http://www.johnhowardbc.ca/images/jhsbc-factsheet-fasd.pdf

11. The Asante Centre for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
This website is dedicated to providing up-to-date resources in the field of FASD
http://www.asantecentre.org/index.html

12. FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan

A parent-led provincial organization website that provides a general "Learn about FASD" section, as well as one written for parents and for individuals affected by FASD. There are also links to national and international FASD organizations as well as key documents and research.
www.skfasnetwork.ca

13. FASD Connections:
We are committed to helping Adolescents and Adults with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), their families, those who provide them services and those who love them. 
http://www.fasdconnections.ca/index.htm

14. Provincial Outreach Program for Fetal alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Website: www.fasdoutreach.ca/

About: POPFASD is a British Columbia Ministry of Education provincial resource program. They provide resourses and training to increase educators' capacity to meet the learning needs of students with FASD. Their website provides educational resources, such as: eLearning videos; print resources; conferences & events; FASD news; downloadable resources; and a listing of our POPFASD district partners.

15. NO FAS
Website: www.nofas.org/living-with-fasd/

This web site provides: Facts about FASD throughout the lifespan, tips and strategies for success, resources for families, educational webinar series, and several videos on living with FASD.

16. Caring for the Drug Affected Infant
http://www.acrf.org/Library/SelfStudyCourses/youngchilddevelopment/Caring%20for%20the%20Drug%20Exposed%20Infant%20Self%20Study.pdf
PDF: CARING FOR THE DRUG AFFECTED INFANT

17. Baby Steps
Caring for Babies with Prenatal Substance Exposure
This booklet is a resource for parents and caregivers of babies who have been prenatally exposed to alcohol or other drugs. The information in this booklet is about the daily care of babies aged birth to 12 months who may have been exposed to substances in the womb.
http://www.mcf.gov.bc.ca/foster/pdf/BabySteps.pdf
PDF: BABY STEPS

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