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FASD Center/MOFAS 3-part Webinar Series
In this 3-part Webinar series, national experts present information about FASD prevalence, prevention, co-occurring issues, and treatment strategies.
This series was sponsored by the SAMHSA FASD Center for Excellence and the Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS).
Part 1, FASD Basics
Original presentation date: 2/13/14; Rebroadcast: 2/25/14
This session provided an introduction to FASD, including information on prevention and intervention.
Presenter: Jeffrey Wozniak, Ph.D., LP, director of the Child and Adolescent Neuropsychology Clinic at the University of Minnesota Department of Psychiatry
Part 2, FASD and Co-Occurring Disorders
Original presentation date: 2/20/14
This session focused on understanding the connection between FASD and co-occurring mental health disorders.
Presenter: Dan Dubovsky, M.S.W., FASD Specialist with the SAMHSA FASD Center for Excellence
Part 3, Family Matters: Strategies for Successful Outcomes
Original presentation date: 2/27/14
This session presented strategies for improving outcomes for individuals with an FASD.
Presenter: Chris Boys, Ph.D., pediatric neuropsychologist at the University of Minnesota Medical Center
This Webinar series was designed for primary and behavioral health care providers, social workers, adoption and foster care workers, educators,
and other professionals who work with individuals with an FASD. Parents, caregivers, and family members impacted by FASD may also find the information helpful.