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2006

Report on the CNFASDP 2005 Symposium, Dawson City, Yukon (PDF, 121 KB)

Canada Northwest FASD Partnership Conference

Regina, Saskatchewan
May 17-19, 2006
Queensbury Convention Centre

Program Agenda

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Registration Form

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Youth Registration Form

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Trade Show Application

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Non-Profit Trade Show Application

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Hotels of Choice

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Moving Forward 2006 - A National Conference on Best Practices for the Treatment and Prevention of Substance Abuse

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
January 30 - February 1, 2006
Radisson Hotel
www.movingforward2006.com

2005

Symposium on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Dawson City, Yukon
August 18-20, 2005
Tr' ondek Community Hall, corner of Front and King streets

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2003/04

Symposium: FASD: Working Together

Burns Lake, British Columbia
September 27-29, 2003

Symposium focus: early identification of and support for substance abuse at-risk women and individuals potentially affected by prenatal alcohol exposure.

Presentations intended to develop an awareness of community-based resources, programs and service profiders that build partnerships to support families living with FASD.

Symposium: Inuuqatigiiniq

Iquluit, NU
March 21-23, 2003

The theme of Community Kinship or "INUUQATIGIINIQ" was chosen to represent the importance of community in the raising and teaching of children and the care of those in need in Nunavut.

2001/2002

Conference: A Lifetime of Solutions

Whitehorse, YK
May 8-10, 2002

The purpose of the conference was to look at ways of integrating services to persons with fetal alcohol syndrome, throughout their lifespan, building on a continuum of supports for the individuals and their families.

Symposium: Prevention Strategies for High Risk Women

Yellowknife, NWT
March 16, 2002

The purpose of the conference was to train participants:

2000/2001

Conference: A Focus on Youth

Saskatoon, SK
May 2-4, 2001

The purpose of the conference was to:

Symposium: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: A Practical Approach

Saskatoon, SK
March 3, 2001

To improve delegates' ability to understand the role of primary health in the recognition and diagnosis of FAS; identify high risk behaviours in pregnant women and become familiar with screening tools; understand the role of psychologist, psychological testing, and behavioral assessments; and understand the development of treatment plans.

1999/2000

Conference: Come Together and Find a Solution

Winnipeg, MB
May 11-13, 2000

To bring together professionals, families, and community members to share and discuss their experiences with each other and to develop and enhance community ownership and involvement in FAS.

Symposium: Diagnostic Issues in FAS: A Practical Workshop

Winnipeg, MB
November, 1999

The focus was to give primary care physicians and other front line health care providers experience in the clinical and psychological evaluation of individuals with FAS.

Conference: Together Lets Find a Solution

Calgary, AB
May 4 ñ7, 1999

Its purpose was to begin to share resources, expertise and experience across the prairies and to learn together from national and international leaders in the FAS field.

1998/1999

Symposium: Prevention Strategies for High Risk Women

Calgary, AB
October 15, 1998

This symposium facilitated a discussion among health care experts from all three jurisdictions on intervening with women at high risk for delivering a baby with FAS and encouraging interprovincial participation and collaboration among community stakeholders.

© Government of Yukon 2005