Special Populations Primer: Acquired Brain Injury and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

To provide an overview of acquired brain injuries and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and how individuals experiencing these conditions come into contact with the justice system. Across Ontario, many Human Services and Justice Coordinating Committees (HSJCCs) work with these populations and the aim of this webinar is to make the

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and Justice Related Services

The webinar will begin with a primer on FASD to help explain why the disability disproportionately intersects with justice-related services. It will outline results from the survey and recommendations from the Call to Action. The speakers will discuss suggested strategies for ensuring that Ontario is providing effective justice-related FASD supports

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FASD and the Criminal Justice System – A Poor Fit – 2015-11-17

People with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder are over-represented in the justice system. This session will describe the disability and emerging effective approaches which include collaboration across systems. An overview of activities in Ontario will be shared along with current provincial and federal initiatives. A video of people sharing their stories will be

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FASD and a Parent’s Perspective of Raising Children Affected by FASD and Access to Services – 2015-11-18

Challenges of accessing appropriate and sustainable supports and services for adults at the higher end of the FASD, i.e. ARND (Alcohol Neurological Disability) and how this sets the stage for involvement with the criminal justice system, homelessness and other poor social outcomes. FASD and a Parent’s Perspective of Raising Children Affected by

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