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Selected FASD Education & Training Opportunities


  • FASD Collaborative: Explore a wide variety of on demand education and training opportunities produced by this cross-organization international initiative to increase high quality support and training options for the FASD community.
  • Examining FASD Diagnosis in Alaska:  A six-part ECHO series with the goal to begin exploring the current issues, tools, systems, and practices currently being used to diagnose FASD so we can reimagine the future of FASD diagnosis in Alaska. Access pre-recorded sessions here


Healthcare Providers

  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Training And Resources (CDC): Free, online trainings are available for healthcare providers who care for women at risk for an alcohol-exposed pregnancy, and for those who work with individuals living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs).
  • What Behavioral Health Providers Need to Know About FASD: A series outlining basic information for anyone working with individuals impacted by prenatal alcohol exposure in the behavioral health field presented by self-advocate and masters level clinician, Tami Eller. Each segment is approved for 0.5 hours CE credit for psychologists, nurses, physicians, and social workers. Go to the instructions to create a login in the system to create a login for the system (if you do not already have one). Then go FASD Training to find FASD-related courses in the system. Topics include:
    • 1. FASD Basics
    • 2. How to Screen for Prenatal Alcohol Exposure
    • 3. Symptoms of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure
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    • 5. How to Provide Accommodations in Behavioral Health Services
  • PDFFetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Webinar Series: American Academy of Pediatrics in Cooperation with the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
  • Let's Talk FASD is a resource for all healthcare providers interested in learning how to address the issue of prenatal alcohol exposure with their patients. To earn continuing education credits for this register in the Alaska Learning Management System.


  • FASD Across the Lifespan: a 7- part series for caregivers exploring the impact of prenatal alcohol exposure across the lifespan from infancy through adulthood. This series is focused on caregivers, though all working with families and professionals working with families are welcomed. Alaska Licensed foster parent can earn training credit toward licensing requirements by completing the questionnaire.