September 23, 2020 6:30 PM to 08:00 PM
Do you need more information and practical strategies to support children and adults with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)?
This webinar is especially for parents, families and professionals who live and work with individuals who have, or are suspected of having, FASD.
Join Parents Helping Parents (PHP) as we host Nate Sheets, Behavior Consultant from Oregon Behavioral Consultation, share an overview of FASD and its implications and impact on individuals and their families. He will answer frequently asked questions from families and professionals who are raising children with FASD, providing up to date information, with practical advice and strategies.
Nate is passionate in providing support to families, agencies and schools who work with youth and adults with FASD and drug affects. FASD is a unique disability that differs from all others and can present the most emotionally difficult challenges for families. Nate will present practical strategies in an engaging, entertaining, and easily understood way.
Click the GET SEATS button at bottom of the page to register for this event on Zoom.
Nate Sheets has many helpful and instructive YouTube videos available for viewing. Here are two he suggests as an introduction:
The webinar will be conducted in English with closed captioning in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese and is sponsored by the Inclusion Collaborative at the Santa Clara County Office of Education.