The FASD Coordinator supports children and youth up to 18 (or 21 if still in school) with a diagnosis, or suspected diagnosis of FASD, and their families. This program offers a single point of contact and the development of a service plan that is responsive to child/youth and family’s goals, strengths, and needs.
The FASD Coordinator supports service providers work towards a set of common goals identified on the plan. The FASD Coordinator also have the additional role to improve awareness of FASD in the community through formal and information. The FASD role has held the responsibility of creating and the ongoing facilitation of caregiver support groups which are offered monthly.