Every Christmas season food security along with other concerns arise for FASD clients. This year, the FASD Centre coaches prepared 20 Holiday Hampers for their clients. The hampers included non-perishable items along with a slow-cooker in order to help clients prepare quick and nutritious meals.
The FASD Centre continues to support their clients with life skills coaching, addictions coaching, and classes.
Around this time of the year, we gather with loved ones whether that be family, or friends. We at the FASD Centre believe in connection with others, whether that is with our clients, our staff, or agencies we regularly work with. Connecting with people we care about, or people we work with on a professional basis, can mean doing a small act of kindness, reaching out to check in, and/or sending that holiday greeting. Here are a few tips that might make for a more enjoyable holidays season:
FASD Centre – Tips for an Enjoyable Holiday Season
Little formal research exists for the aging adult FASD population but we know from practical experience that managing health care concerns require additional support. People with FASD may not understand what a health care practitioner says and may not remember appointments. Many people with FASD may not realize they are ill, or identify pain, because … Read More