Article: FASD Training by Proof Alliance

FASD Training by Proof Alliance

Proof Alliance provides many different types of training throughout the year for private organizations. Proof Alliance also offers public educational opportunities.

Request a Training

If you are interested in having someone from Proof Alliance come to your agency and speak, please contact Shauna Feine at shauna.feine@proofalliance.org.

  • Agency/Organization name
  • Contact person
  • Date of training request
  • Time and length of training request
  • Location of training site
  • Who will be attending the training (i.e. foster parents, social workers, educators, high school students, etc.)
  • How many people will be attending
  • What you would like the presentation to cover (i.e. FASD 101, diagnosis, secondary conditions, etc.)

Once you have contacted Proof Alliance with your request, we will get back to you to confirm your information.

Types of Trainings Offered

We have extensive experience developing and presenting high-quality customized training for a variety of consumers and professionals. We offer basic training on FASD and advanced training on strategies for diverse groups. The training is customized to the needs of the host organization and is competitively priced. On occasion, we may have dedicated grant funds to support specific communities. Some of our most popular options include:

  • The Basics of FASD
  • Caregiver Panels
  • Crisis Intervention for Law Enforcement and Corrections
  • Strategies for Supporting People with an FASD
  • Educational Strategies for Students with an FASD
  • FASD & Victimization
  • How to Ask the Tough Questions: Screening for FASD
  • It’s a Matter of Justice: FASD & the Law
  • Modifying Treatment Chemical Dependency Treatment Interventions for Individuals with an FASD
  • Secondary Conditions of FASD
  • Strategies for Social Service Professionals
  • Supporting System Involved Youth with an FASD
  • Understanding the Challenges of FASD
  • What Foster, Pre- and Post-Adoptive Families Need to Know About FASD
  • What Family Courts Need to Know About FASD
  • Youth and Young Adult Panels