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Regional Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Conference to be held July 21-22 in Grand Forks

The University of North Dakota is coordinating the 2022 Regional Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Conference, “Personalizing Care for Families and People with FASD,” to be held July 21-22, 2022, at Alerus Center in Grand Forks. The hybrid event will be accessible both in-person and online.

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) are common disorders that end up being expensive for families and service providers to manage. The focus of this conference is to help people with FASD, their families, and service providers improve their understanding of FASD and to help develop individualized services for people who are impacted by FASD. Speakers will discuss diagnosis, service needs, and prevention strategies for FASD. Multiple service providers will be available for personalized discussions of needs, strategies to obtain services, and methods to meet the individual needs of people with FASD and their care providers.

Continuing education credits are available for registrants from the fields of nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and psychology at the following rates:

  • Student registration: $25
  • Professionals (no CEU): $50
  • Professional (with CEU): $110

Register online here.