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The best way to end FASD is information. We believe that when expectant mothers, caregivers, their support systems and people living with FASD are given enough information we will empower individuals from all walks of life to make positive change in our world.

Megan Tucker – Training Coordinator/Prevention Conversation

June 15, 2018 in:

Megan Tucker is a Rehabilitation Practitioner and has studied Humanities at the University of Alberta, she is currently the Training Coordinator as well as a Prevention Conversation Facilitator at the Lakeland Centre for FASD. Megan has worked at the Lakeland Centre for almost 10 years in multiple capacities.  Megan started at the Centre as the…

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LCFASD Aboriginal Day Celebration June 21, 2018

June 14, 2018 in:

June 21, 2018 12:00pm – 3:00pm LCFASD Aboriginal Day Celebration This is the day where we honor Aboriginal culture and traditions.  We are partnering to be able to provide music, food and great company for free in the parking lot of the Lac La Biche Seniors Centre. Hope to see you all there. Metis Nation…

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Shalon Thir – Human Resources and Accounting

June 13, 2018 in:

I joined the Lakeland Centre for FASD team in 2013 as a part time bookkeeper, after 2 years I loved it so much that I left my original path of being a chef to becoming a full time Human Resources administrator and Bookkeeper with the LCFASD. I was born and raised in Cold lake and…

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Heather Zink – Employment Group Coordinator

June 11, 2018 in:

I have been with the Lakeland Centre for FASD for 12 years and have played many roles, I am currently the Employment Coordinator for Bonnyville/St Paul area.  I have had the privilege of watching the Centre grow, learn and work hard to adapt to the needs of it’s clients and our community. I was born…

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