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Some of you may have read our post “Strongest Families Research Program” in May about an upcoming research study designed to help parents of children with FASD to deal with their child’s challenging behaviours. We promised to let you know when the study began recruiting participants, and that time is now! Parents, keep on reading to get help with parenting your child with FASD.

Sue Kobus, recruitment coordinator of the study, writes:

“Strongest Families has developed programs to help parents with their children’s behaviour problems. Strongest Families Programs are done on-line with weekly telephone calls from a personal Coach. The Coach provides support to families, answers questions and guides parents as they learn skills. Families do not have to travel to a centre to get help.”

Researchers are currently looking for families who have children aged 4-12 years, living in Canada, and have a FASD diagnosis to take part in the study.

To learn more or sign up, visit the website  (the website is being finalized. Please check back in a couple of days if it is not working) or contact the team at:  1-877-341-8309, Menu #4

You can also click on the pictures below to learn more about the study and find sign up information.



Brochure P. 1

Brochure P.1

Brochure P. 2

Brochure P.2


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