See below to find upcoming webinars from The Arc's FASD Prevention Project, and from partner organizations.
The Prevention Conversation Project – (Alberta FASD Learning Series)
Date and time: January 21, 2015, 9:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m.
The Alberta FASD Learning Series is hosting their 2014-2015 FASD Learning Series. Register now to hear leading experts discuss FASD.
How Much Alcohol Can a Woman Drink During Pregnancy And Be Sure To Not Harm Her Baby? Why The Answer Is None.
Date and time: January 14, 2015 at 2:00 PM ET
Presenter: Dr. Sandra Kelly, Professor & Experimental Program Director, Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina
Dr. Sandra Kelly will discuss the evidence showing that alcohol during development is harmful to the developing fetus with particular emphasis on the brain. She will discuss the many interacting factors such as improper nutrition, stress, and genetics that can interact with alcohol to increase the likelihood of altered brain function. We will also explore the different types of damage that can result from exposure to alcohol during the different trimesters of fetal development.