International FASD Day, Q&A Event

11:00pm , Wednesday September 5 , Frances Morrison Central Library

A panel of caregivers and individuals living with FASD will be sharing their tips and strategies for support.

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FASD Q&A 2018 Poster

International FASD Awareness Day is set aside each year to increase knowledge and understanding about FASD. This year, the FASD Network is holding an FASD Questions and Answers panel in Saskatoon.

Thursday, September 6th
Frances Morrison Central Library
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
No cost to attend

This free-of-charge event is great for anyone who wants to learn strategies for supporting someone with FASD. The panel will consist of caregivers and individuals with FASD so come learn from their years of lived experiences, get answers and advice from the true experts in the world of FASD.

Submit your questions when you register or ask them live at the event. This is a great chance to learn more about FASD, ask advice for specific situations, and listen to discussions about the strategies and supports that worked for our panelists.

Register Online Here

This year's panellists include:

Myles Himmelreich - Myles Himmelreich is a Canadian motivational speaker and mentor who has travelled internationally to speak at conferences, workshops, and other events to spread awareness of FASD. Myles draws from his personal experience of living with FASD to inspire audiences.

Kim Skidmore - Kim is the proud Mom to 17 kids, aged 6-42, who joined her family via birth, adoption, foster care & PSI Order. Kim believes that parenting can be less stressful and more fun when good solid strategies are used to support parenting her kids.

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