Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, FASD: It’s A Brain Thing

Swindells Resource Center, Deschutes County Health Services, Opportunity Foundation, Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center, The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Early Learning Hub of Central Oregon, Central Oregon Disability Support Network among many other Central Oregon partners invite you to save the date, November 4, for a special event addressing FASD and the brain. Our experts will address the different behaviors and symptoms including memory and language comprehension. We will learn how FASD affects the individual experiencing it.

The day includes speakers for families and professionals, a panel of experts, and a resource fair!

Nate Sheets is a behavior consultant in the Willamette Valley and owner of Oregon Behavior Consultation and specializes in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. His presentation will be designed specifically for professionals serving children and families. There will be a $50.00 fee for all professionals and CEU’s are available.

Eileen Devine, a practicing LCSW and mother of a child with FAS, will share as she shares her expertise on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder FASD with families and primary caregivers. A certificate of attendance will be available for all who attend Eileen’s talk at no cost.

Potential attendees or resource providers, please feel free to contact Michelle O’Donnell, Swindells Supervisor, by phone or email with questions. 503.215.2429. 1.800.833.8899, ext. 52429.

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