Our Strongest FamiliesTM project explores whether emotional and behavioural regulation can be improved in children with neurodisabilities through parenting programs that include education, telephone support, parent-to-parent connections, and resource information.
Children with brain-based developmental disorders often face emotional and behavioural difficulties.The Strongest Families Neurodevelopmental Program, “Parents Empowering Neurodiverse Kids”, has been developed to deliver evidence-based care to families in the comfort of their own homes.
A guide to medication management for children with ADHD. Note that several of the medications listed are available in the USA but not in Canada; conversely there are other medications not on this list that are used in Canada.
The Autism and/or Intellectual Disability Knowledge Exchange Network (AIDE Canada) is a national knowledge network that is committed to providing accurate up-to-date, and useful information and resources to the people who need it. AIDE Canada offers information, tools, and resources about autism and intellectual disabilities across the lifespan.
In The FASD Success Show, Jeff and his group of FASD Insiders will talk about FASD in a real way, so that you can learn to deal and cope with FASD in real life, to be a better advocate and a more confident caregiver.