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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.

Hailey Brown – Employment Coordinator

June 28, 2020 in:

My journey with the LCFASD started in 2018 as a 2nd Floor Frontline worker. Since joining the 2nd Floor team I have completed my diploma in Social Work and have developed a passion for being involved in the community I’m in. This year I have transitioned into the Employment Coordinator position at the LCFASD. My…

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Chelsey Bourassa – Mothers to be Mentor

June 22, 2020 in:

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…

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Transition Program: Adulting is hard, we’re here to help!

June 20, 2020 in:

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…

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From virtual conferences to virtual galas, show your support for the Lakeland Centre for FASD by attending one of our events today.

Current events: 
- FASD and the Justice System: Finding Solutions Virtual Conference
- Lakeland Centre for FASD Virtual Gala