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Sabkeshiinh Ngwaagan Program

FASD Planning Committee

Comprises of representation from each community that we serve, seven First Nation including the IFC in SSM.

Resources

The FASD Program provides each community with FASD resources, including DVD.

Health Science North Sudbury-FASD Diagnostic Clinic

This clinic provides pediatric FASD Diagnostic Services.  Referrals can be made anonymously as long as there is a confirmation of mother exposing the fetus to alcohol during pregnancy, or referrals can be done by Health/Social Professional or self-referral on the Health Science North- Sudbury website.

FASD Adult Assessment

This assessment is for clients over the age of 18. This assessment is done by Nor West in Thunder Bay. Some of the assessment can be done through OTN.

System Navigation

Referrals made to the FASD Diagnostic Clinic and the Adult Assessment will be provided with system navigation through the diagnostic process before transitioning the individual and their family back to their long term community worker post-diagnosis.

Native Traditional Parenting Program for Families affected by FASD

There are 6 themes in this curriculum addressing issues relating to FASD, also this program can be delivered within your community.

FASD Presentations / In service

Always wanting to provide our communities with updated information as to FASD Prevention and informing the communities as to our current initiatives. This includes daycare, elementary school, secondary school and Band Staff presentation.

FASD Adult Assessment

FASD Adult Assessment can be completed through Norwest Community Health Services in Thunder Bay, ON where the diagnostic process is done through a mixture of in clinic and over OTN.  The referral needs to be made through the program coordinator as there are costs attached to this assessment for adults.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:

Frances PineSabkeshiinh Ngwaagan Program CoordinatorCentral Intake: 1-844-864-0523

Email: frances.pine@nmninoeyaa.ca

FASD / CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAM

FASD Planning Committee

Comprises of representation from each community that we serve, seven First Nation including the IFC in SSM.

Resources

The FASD Program provides each community with FASD resources, including DVD.

Health Science North Sudbury-FASD Diagnostic Clinic

This clinic provides pediatric FASD Diagnostic Services.  Referrals can be made anonymously as long as there is a confirmation of mother exposing the fetus to alcohol during pregnancy, or referrals can be done by Health/Social Professional or self-referral on the Health Science North- Sudbury website.

FASD Adult Assessment

This assessment is for clients over the age of 18. This assessment is done by Nor West in Thunder Bay. Some of the assessment can be done through OTN.

System Navigation

Referrals made to the FASD Diagnostic Clinic and the Adult Assessment will be provided with system navigation through the diagnostic process before transitioning the individual and their family back to their long term community worker post-diagnosis.

Native Traditional Parenting Program for Families affected by FASD

There are 6 themes in this curriculum addressing issues relating to FASD, also this program can be delivered within your community.

FASD Presentations / In service

Always wanting to provide our communities with updated information as to FASD Prevention and informing the communities as to our current initiatives. This includes daycare, elementary school, secondary school and Band Staff presentation.

FASD Adult Assessment

FASD Adult Assessment can be completed through Norwest Community Health Services in Thunder Bay, ON where the diagnostic process is done through a mixture of in clinic and over OTN.  The referral needs to be made through the program coordinator as there are costs attached to this assessment for adults.

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:

Frances PineSabkeshiinh Ngwaagan Program CoordinatorCentral Intake: 1-844-864-0523

Email: frances.pine@nmninoeyaa.ca