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Join us for the 18th year of International FASD Awareness Day. In celebration of
Awareness Day, the Network will be holding a week of activities.
Half-price Frontline Training
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Network Office (Room 122)
For the first day of our FASD Awareness week activities, the Network is offering our
monthly Frontline training session for half-price.
Human Rights & Advocacy Workshop
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Network Office (Room 201)
In this workshop, we’ll learn what our rights are and we’ll learn about the rights of individuals who live with disabilities. We’ll learn to identify when our rights have been violated and where to go if this happens.
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Saskatoon Police Station
We invite children living with FASD, between the ages of 6 – 12, to join us at the Saskatoon Police department where they will be partnered with an office and a member of the
Network staff to spend the afternoon in creating their own cardboard fort.
There are only 8 spots available.
Living with FASD
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Saskatoon Farmer’s Market
Our main event for FASD Awareness week is an evening of presentations at the Saskatoon Farmer’s Market. Our very own training co-ordinator, Shana Mohr will discuss the
impact of stigma on the lives of people with FASD and how we, as a community, can
work to stop discrimination and misconceptions.
The first presentation will be by Niall Schofield. After years of struggling with his disability, Niall has accepted the fact that he lives on the spectrum and is sharing his personal
experiences to empower other individuals living with FASD to find hope and strength
within their disability.
Anna Niessen will conclude the evening with a presentation about her journey as a birth
mother to a daughter who lives with FASD and the importance of understanding, not
Register for all events online at: www.saskfasdnetwork.ca/events
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