“Angry Kids and Stressed Out Parents” premieres on the CBC Television Doc Zone on March 27 at 9:00 pm and repeats on March 29 at 9:00 pm.
It includes a Triple P program in British Columbia, along with following 3 families in their homes, and highlights other interventions aimed at supporting child development and prevention of mental health challenges. The focus is basically at home, at school, and in the community.
The International Charter on Prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder was officially published in the March 2014 Issue of The Lancet Global Health. Please see the following link for the official publication:
Register for the upcoming 2014 FASD Learning Series sessions today!
Growing Grande Prairie, One Leader at a Time
Grande Prairie has been AWARDED a 15 week personal and professional leadership development program that is available FOR FREE to all community members!
Becoming a Community Builder is an exciting initiative for Grande Prairie. The effort is led by renowned Community Builder and Social Innovator, Ian Hill. He has created this first of its kind leadership development program that will equip participants with leadership competencies and leadership tools.
The program is on demand, so YOU set the pace!
Through the generous support of community sponsors this program is available to you FOR FREE. Sponsors are:
The Community Foundation of Northwestern Alberta, Community Futures, Rotary, the City of Grande Prairie Recreation and Sport and Community Social Development.
For more info: http://becomingacommunitybuilder.ca/
Register Now: www.register14s.becomingacommunitybuilder.ca
Here’s an amazing video link: “YOU are the key”
Please plan to attend AACL’s 22nd Annual Family Conference April 11 & 12. The conference registration form is available by following the link below or register online at www.aaclinc.com/fconline/home.php. Conference registration deadline is March 28, 2014.
AACL also asks that you spread the word about the conference by forwarding this information along to your contacts and connections and posting to websites and other social media to which you have access.
Check out this video presented by Frank Oberle, Associate Minister of Services for Persons with Disabilities recognizing the upcoming International FASD Awareness Day: “FASD is a high priority for our province”: