MOFAS is the statewide source for comprehensive, customized FASD trainings for professionals. View our webinars or request a training in your area. Serve your clients more effectively by better understanding the physical, behavioral and cognitive challenges faced by people with an FASD and help eliminate the stigma associated with FASD.

If you would like to set up a MOFAS training, contact info@mofas.org or 651-917-2370

On-Demand Webinars

Topics for our On-Demand Webinars include FASD and Human Rights, FASD Research Update, Neurodiversity as the Next Civil Rights Movement and more. View our MOFAS On-Demand Webinars available on our Training and Webinar pages.

FASD Basics Webinar

This free online training is for anyone interested in learning more about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) including parents, professionals and educators. Presented by Dr. Jeffrey Wozniak of the University of Minnesota.

FASD Prevention

Do you know what FASD is? Can you describe one symptom of someone with an FASD? Did you know that there are myths and facts surrounding FASD? This training will help to answer those questions and will provide strategies and resource information for you or someone that you know. FASD is preventable. You can help!

This webinar was made by Working Family Resource Center, Lifetrack Resources, Inc., and was funded by a Minnesota Organization Public Awareness Grant.

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