The FASD Lifespan Program Includes:

Outreach Workers who provide support to caregivers of individuals of any age, who are either diagnosed with or suspected of having FASD. Services can include information and education on FASD, strategies and interventions, and advocacy within the community; presentations to school personnel and community agencies are also available upon request.

Life Coaches provide assistance with daily living supports based on the assessed needs of the individual, aged 17 +, who are diagnosed or suspected of having FASD. Life Coach supports can include: advocacy, system navigation, maintaining, housing, getting to appointments and accessing financial supports. The Transition Worker provides life-coach services to individuals between the ages of 16-24.

Contact: The Program Supervisor
Telephone No. 403-328-2488 Ext 224

Funded through the Southern Alberta FASD Network