Have you heard about WRaP 2.0? Here is some information on this amazing Alberta Government Collaboration.
The WRaP 2.0: FASD Coaching Partnership Project is a five-year collaboration (February 2021 to January 2026) between the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Community and Social Services and Alberta’s 12 FASD Service Networks that seeks to maintain the same goals as the WRaP Project while extending supports province wide.
Through the services of FASD Instructional Coaches, including at-the-elbow assistance and professional development, school authority staff will be supported to enhance their capacity to meet the education needs of students with FASD (Early Childhood Services – Grade 12).
Services delivered by the FASD Instructional Coaches include providing resources, professional development presentations, formal FASD instructional coaching, a bridge to the Alberta FASD Service Networks, and participation in case consultations as needed. The services can be delivered to large and small education stakeholder groups and/or with one-to-one education professionals.
ABOUT THE WRAP 2.0 FASD INSTRUCTIONAL COACH IN THE NORTHWEST PEACE FASD NETWORK REGION:
As the newly appointed FASD Instructional Coach for the NW Peace FASD region, Jen Duperron-Trydal brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her role. She has been employed with the Northwest Peace FASD Network since 2014 and has held the roles of Community Resource Advocate as well as FASD Diagnostic Clinic Coordinator. During this time, Jen has had the opportunity to present about FASD at a number of Educational Conferences/Conventions. In the past, Jen was also employed for over a decade within various school systems (including High Schools, Elementary Schools, an Alternate School, and a College). Please reach out to Jen at email@example.com for more information. And for more information about the project check out the website https://wrap2fasd.org/