Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
“It is our job to explain them to the world, not explain the world to them”
~ Donna Debolt
- The Fetal Alchohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Service Coordination through the Community Service Coordination Network funded by the Ministry of Children and Community Services (MCCS)
- FASD Service Coordinators provide support for families and individuals living with suspected or diagnosed FASD.
- We support families with children and youth up until age 18 or 21 if they are enrolled in a publicly funded school program.
- Families must live in London/Middlesex, Elgin/Oxford, Huron/Perth.
- For more information about our service click here: What is FASD Service Coordination
- If you are a family, seeking a diagnosis of FASD Service Coordinators can assist with navigating the diagnosis pathway in your area
- Please refer to the current Canadian Diagnostic Guidelines for more information about the Diagnostic requirements and process. Click Here
- FASD Service Coordinators offer FASD education through our Informative presentations to our community partners, families, and schools.
- For more information on our presentations click here: FASD Presentation
- FASD Service Coordinators offer consultation services for our community partners in which we can assist with reviewing FASD interventions and resources.
- For consultation, please contact CSCN and ask to speak to a Children’s intake Worker at 519.438.4783. You will need:
- Contact information for the family, including names, birthdate (of the child or youth) address, phone number and email address.
- Confirmation that an FASD is suspected or diagnosed
- If you are not the Parent / Guardian, we require that the family is aware of, and agrees with the referral
- Any additional information that you can provide to help guide our service delivery.