This is a pre-recorded presentation; however, presenters will be available to answer questions live after the pre-recorded portion ends.
Synopsis: Improved understanding and information sharing throughout service delivery can help meet the needs of clients with FASD. To provide this level of support, FASD-informed consultation can be beneficial, but can be challenging for program staff to access.
Partners from Catholic Social Services and the University of Alberta worked together to (1) develop and pilot a clinical consultation process; and (2) translate this process into an FASD-informed clinical practice model by capturing the experiences of clinicians involved.
Presenters will discuss the process of developing the consultation model, share how this model impacted service provider learning, and describe the resulting model of FASD-informed practice.
Date: Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. MST
Length: 45 minutes
Speakers: Denise Plesuk, Dr. Jacqueline Pei and Melissa Tremblay