FASD 201

Monday, February 24, 2014, 9:00am-1:00pm

BP Energy Center, Anchorage

FASD 201- Participants receive a State of Alaska FASD201 Certificate • A short, intensive course that covers how to develop successful interventions and supports for individuals who experience an FASD. • This four hour training covers the State of Alaska’s Division of Health and Social Services Office of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome’s FASD201 curriculum. • Covers how working with individuals who experience an FASD requires a shift in perceptions, what it means to live with a brain-based disability, interventions and how they can be used to support individuals with an FASD, evidence-based practices, intervention strategies and practice, creating networks of support for individuals and families, and the role of health and allied healthcare providers. • Participants must have completed FASD101 or have prior knowledge of FASDs. • State of Alaska DHSS Office of FAS certified trainers. • All participants receive a certificate recognizing that they have been through this training. • American Psychological Association APA Continuing Education Credit is available for this workshop.


The following workshops are open to the public. FASD Foundations and FASD 201 are free. Registration is required. Register at www.uaa.alaska.edu/arcticfasdrtc/training/Registration/index.cfm. Workshops must have a minimum of five registered participants or the workshop may be cancelled. All Arctic FASD Regional Training Center workshops are based on CDC’s FASD Competency-Based Curriculum Guide, with elements of the State of Alaska’s FASD 101, FASD 201, and other training curricula used where appropriate and with permission and acknowledgement.