Events & Conferences

Australian events & conferences

 

Telethon Kids Institute Research Project Online Survey – Telethon Kids are inviting individuals with a neurodevelopmental condition, parents/carers of individuals with a neurodevelopmental condition and professionals with experience in neurodevelopmental conditions to participate in an online survey regarding the assessment and support processes of neurodevelopmental conditions. They hope the findings from this project will inform a shared framework that will streamline the process of identification, assessment of functioning and diagnosis of neurodevelopmental conditions, and improve access to support for those living with neurodevelopmental conditions.

 Train it Forward sessions for early intervention FASD training for childhood educators & playgroup facilitators in Adelaide.

 “Explained by Brain” is a group program specifically designed for parents and carers of young people with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) or at risk of FASD. The program will start 12 of April 2019 and will be held on the second Friday of each month in Brisbane.

The 5 Australian & New Zealand Addiction Conference will be held at the Sea World Resort Conference Centre, Gold Coast on Monday 13 – Wednesday 15 May 2019

 

 

 

 

 

International events & conferences

8th International Conference on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder – March 6-9, 2019, Vancouver. Research, Results and Relevance: Integrating Research, Policy and Promising Practice Around the World. This advanced level conference/meeting continues to bring together global experts from multiple disciplines to share international research. From the pure science, to prevention, diagnosis and intervention across the lifespan, the conference will address the implications of this research and promote scientific/community collaboration.

 

 

 

International FASD Awareness Day

International FASD Awareness Day is observed every year on 9 September at 9:09am in recognition of the importance of being alcohol-free for the nine months of a pregnancy. There is no known safe amount of alcohol which can be consumed during pregnancy and the National Health and Medical Research Council, Australia (NHMRC) and the Australian Government Department of Health and other affiliated medical bodies all advise that no alcohol is the safest choice during pregnancy or when planning a pregnancy.

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