Month: August 2018

Check out the 2nd Floor Women’s Recovery Centre

Our Residential Supervisor Kayla speaking to Jeff Noble about the 2nd Floor Women’s Recovery Centre, who they are, what they do, and how they can help.

As summer comes to close at Stepping Stone Lodge..

Well, another year of camp has come to a close and we had such an amazing summer! Some of our favorite moments included tours of the air base, beading, horse painting, making bannock with a local elder from the Friendship Centre, crafting, swimming at the pool, and baking cookies. We had many new campers as…

LCFASD Mocktail Challenge to celebrate FASD Day!

Sunday September 09, 2018 marks the nineteenth annual International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness Day. This year also marks another milestone in that it was forty-five years ago that FASD was recognized as a medical diagnosis. During FASD Awareness Day, we will carry messages that urge and support women to have alcohol free pregnancies.…

Back to School Tips

Tips for Back to School Routines With summer coming to an end and September just around the corner, it is time to start preparing our children for back to school.  Transition is always a difficult time and transitioning back to a school routine is no different.  The following are some tips to ease our children…

LCFASD Scavenger Hunt!

In celebration of FASD day this year we are doing a fun filled scavenger hunt for the month leading up to FASD Day. Check our Facebook page for more information on Tuesday August 14, 2018 when the fun begins!!

This September marks the 19th annual International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day. This year also marks 45 years of FASD being recognized as a medical diagnosis. Today, FASD is the diagnostic term used to describe the broad range of effects that can occur in an individual who was prenatally exposed to alcohol. These effects…
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The Lakeland Centre for FASD provides cost-free programs and services in the Cold Lake, Bonnyville, St. Paul and Lac la Biche areas, as well as on First Nations and Métis Settlements through Alberta.

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