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.
I was born in Pouce Coupe B.C. and have lived most of my life in North Western Alberta with the farthest community being Fort Vermilion Alberta. I made my way out East and moved to Plamondon in 1998 and have lived in St. Paul, St. Albert and found my way back to Lac La Biche…read more
For those diagnosed with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, transitions can be a particularly challenging task. Back in 2009, the Lakeland Centre for FASD recognized that many youths needed extra support while transitioning into adulthood. It was noted that many of the societal expectations for young adults such as getting a driver’s license, moving out, or…read more
The Lakeland Centre for FASD offers a Mocktail service to the Lakeland area and we would like to share with you some of our favorite recipes! 1/2 cup cranberry juice 1/4 cup Peach Nectar 2 tbsp Grenadine 1/2 cup Orange Juice Combine cranberry juice, peach nectar and grenadine and pour into 2 individual glasses Add…read more