CME accredited course. FASD is a world-wide epidemic. The purpose is to provide current information on effects of alcohol on the developing cardiovascular system in addition to neural effects and the societal impact.
Current research and studies will be addressed.
2014 MOFAS FASD matters conference: FASD and human rights
Thursday, November 13, 2014 5PM – 7PM
Welcome Reception and MOFAS Annual Celebration
Friday, November 14, 2014 7:30AM – 5PM
Conference Keynotes and Breakout sessions
Join in the learning and discussion about how we can improve equal access and human rights for the FASD community. The 2014 FASD matters conference will provide a forum to network, share information, problem solve and discuss the intersection of human rights and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. We will explore issues related to health, housing, school issues, social services, legal and civil justice, and employment.
Attendees will include individuals with an FASD, family members, service providers in health/mental health, and professionals in the field of addictions, justice, education, adoption, child welfare, vocational rehab, occupational therapists, law enforcement, private/public funders, researchers and others interested in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.
Continuing Education for a number of professions will be applied for.