We were delighted to speak to those of you who were able to make it to our presentation or stop by the CanFASD table at the FASDLive 2012 conference in Saskatoon, SK last week where we presented our communication and outreach projects.

The conference was organized by:

The FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan
The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute
The Canada Northwest FASD Partnership
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Health

The conference was a success, and we managed to take in some great presentations. Being the busy people that so many of you are, you may not have been able to make it to Saskatoon. Fortunately, the FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan has made most of the presentations from the conference available on their website.

Intervention focused presentations available from the conference include:

Reaching In Reaching Out: Adapting a Community Based Resiliency Program to Help Increase Children Living with an FASD Develop Resiliency Skills
Lee Hinton, Saskatchewan Prevention Institute

FASD: The Basics. The Facts. The Strategies.
Sandra Overs and Kim Skidmore, Saskatchewan FASD speakers Bureau, FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan

Working with Behavior
Douglas Lee, Behavioural Solutions, Inc.

Aboriginal Family Service Centre- The Mentoring Program
Robyn Morin, Aboriginal Family Service Centre

Intervention Network Action Team (iNAT) Communication and Outreach Projects
Lauren Baugh and Jacqueline Pei, University of Alberta **iNAT  presentation (creators of this blog)**

Sleep Difficulties in FASD
Patricia Blakely, University of Saskatchewan

Sensory Processing in FASD
Kim Barthel, Labyrinth Journeys

A Neurobehavioral Approach to Developing Effective Interventions
Diane Malbin, FASCETS Inc.
Presentation handout

Supporting Adults With an FASD
Sandra Overs and Kim Skidmore, Saskatchewan FASD speakers Bureau, FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan
Presentation Handout

Now You See Me, Now You Don’t: Service Delivery to Offenders with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in Saskatchewan Community Corrections.
Bonnie Greger, Ministry of Corrections, Moose Jaw, SK

Guide to Professional Strategies
Allana Dziarski Boussey and Sarah Nordin, FASD Support Network of Saskatchewan, Inc.

For our readers:

Did you attend the conference? Share what you learned  in a comment or direct other readers to a presentation you found particularly interesting!