Our services FASD Hub FASD Awareness Day #FASDMonth webinars How can you get involved? Throughout the month of September we have a series of FASD focused webinars and social media activity. Join us for all or one of our #FASDMonth webinars, or re-watched until the end of October if we were not able to join us on the day. Wednesday 2nd September, Dr Alex Carlisle from FASD Clinic Surrey: Watch webinar with Dr Alex Carlisle as she explains FASD and how positive behaviour support (PBS) and help in the classroom and at home. Wednesday 9th September, In conversation with Caregivers and Adults with FASD: Watch webinar with the amazing panel of caregivers and adults with FASD as they talked to our FASD Project Manager, Aliy Brown about their experiences and journey with FASD. Wednesday 16th September, Ali McCormick from FASD Dogs: Watch webinar as FASD Project Manager Aliy Brown talks to Ali McCormick about her charity FASD Dogs UK. Amongst other things they talk about about the benefits of having a dog in your family, how you might go about training a dog, the importance of choosing the right breed, thinking about temperament Friday 18th September, Q&A for Prospective Adopters: Watch the 4th in the series of #FASDMonth webinars. In conversation Adoption UK Community and Service Manager Clare Tyler talks to Aliy Brown Project Manager FASD Hub Scotland, Sandy Butcher CEO National Organisation for FASD, Maria Catterick founder FASD Network UK, Annie Nugent co-founder EndPAE, Catherine Griffiths founder FASD Cymru,Tracey Allan founder FASD Awareness. The webinar was aimed at prospective adopters but is relevant for anyone wanting to know more about FASD. Wednesday 23rd September, Professionals round table discussion: Watch the 5th in the series of #FASDMonth webinars. Listen into leading FASD professionals from across the UK speak about the latest developments in FASD. The session was chaired by Prof. Moira Plant, who was be joined by Dr Sarah Brown, Dr Raja Mukherjee, Roisin Reynolds, Dr Jennifer Shields, David Gerry, Dr Dia Lloyd, Dr Bethan McMinn.