FASD Hub

To speak to one of our dedicated FASD Advisors call the Helpline on 0300 666 0006 - select option 2 for FASD Hub Scotland, open Tuesday to Friday, 10am-2.30pm.

Since FASD Hub was launched, we have had the opportunity to host a range of webinars exploring different aspects of supporting individual with FASD. Whether you are a prospective carer, parenting an individual with FASD or a professional supporting families, we have a webinar that will inform, equip and inspire you.

Our full range of webinars can be found on our YouTube channel, but here is our recommended viewing to get you started:  

FASD Caregivers and Adults with FASD

Recorded as part of FASD Month 2020, this webinar features adults with FASD who share their FASD journey and some of the strategies they use to help them overcome the challenges they face. We are also joined by caregivers of individuals with FASD who talk openly and honestly about the joys and challenges of parenting an individual with FASD

FASD Service Leads

Recorded as part of FASD Month 2020, this webinar brings together the service leads of a range of FASD organisations from across the UK and Ireland. Organisations represented include FASD Hub Scotland,  National Organisation for FASD, FASD Cymru, FASD Awareness, FASD Network UK, FASD Cymru and EndPAE. In this webinar we gain an insight into the top issues facing the FASD community and how each of these organisations support families, raise awareness of FASD and campaign for change.  




Professional Round Table Discussion
 


Recorded as part of FASD Month 2020, this webinar brings together some of the professionals who work to support families, research FASD and develop FASD services. Chaired by Professor Moria Plant, the panel include Dr Raja Mukerjee (Surrey & Borders FASD Clinic), Dr Jennifer Shields and Dr Sarah Brown (Fetal Alcohol Advisory & Support Team), Miranda Eodanable (Educational Psychologist and FASD PhD researcher), Bethan McMinn (Paediatrician, Wales), David Gerry (EndPAE) and Roisin Reynolds (Greater Manchester Health and Social Care partnership). Listen in as they discuss the latest FASD developments and answer questions put to them by the audience.