Social Workers Hold the Key to Success- St. Paul

Positively Impacting Individuals and Families Affected by an FASD

This FREE training targets social workers and social service providers from all fields. Family members, caregivers and providers will also find the information useful. Participants will gain a basic understanding of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs), explore how alcohol affects the developing brain, identify how the neurodevelopmental deficits impair functioning at different developmental ages and stages, learn of appropriate and effective interventions at home, in school and with the justice system and how the social worker can facilitate necessary services to assist individuals and families in finding success in transition, employment and daily living.

This activity has been approved by the MN Board of Social Work Continuing Education Provider Number: CEP-426. Certificates of Attendance will be provided to all attendees.

Presenter: Stephanie Kolari, MSW

When: June 12, 2014
Time: 10:30 AM—2:30 PM
Where: Rondo Community Outreach Library
461 North Dale St.
St. Paul, MN 55103

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Contact: Stephanie Kolari, stephanie@mofas.org or 651-917-2370

Social workers hold the keys to success: positively impacting individuals and families affected by an FASD

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