Speaker: Megan Tucker

Harm reduction is a practice used in the field of addictions and works on the premise of reducing the harms caused by drugs or alcohol on individuals and society while understanding trauma and adverse life experiences.  This model is also very useful as a strategy for supporting individuals with FASD in many areas of their lives.  This presentation will explore some practical strategies for support people can try, that will hopefully lead to less adverse experiences for individuals with FASD through understanding the brain.

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