Alcohol Syndrome Consultation, Education and Training Services, Inc.
An Alternative Paradigm for Understanding Behaviors
FASCETS is a
private, non-profit 501(c)3 organization established October 1997
through FASCETS are designed to increase understanding, build on
strengths, expand options for developing effective parenting and
professional techniques, enhance existing programs and support the
development of new programs. Short term goals include increased
effectiveness, reduced frustration, and attainment of improved
outcomes, including burnout prevention in professionals. The long term
goal of this work is to contribute to the prevention of FASD.
FASCETS supports the development of a family-centered, community-based,
multidisciplinary continuum of care. This collaborative design has been
found to be effective in enhancing communication among parents and
professionals for their mutual benefit.
To order the book Trying Differently Rather Than Harderand other FASCETS
materials, please click Order Books and DVD on our Navigator menu.
For information on
the next workshop for parents and professionals: Fetal Alcohol
& Other Neurobehavioral Conditions: Understanding &
Application of a Brain-Based Approach, please click Workshop Schedule on our Navigator
FETAL ALCOHOL & OTHER NEUROBEHAVIORAL CONDITIONS: Understanding & Application of a Brain-Based Approach A Three-Day Workshop for Parents and Professionals
July 9 - 11, 2015 (Thursday-Saturday)
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Mark Spencer Hotel
409 SW 11th Ave.
Portland, OR 97205
---A year-long program for facilitators of the neurobehavioral model
---Available to parents and professionals who have completed Diane Malbin’s three-day workshop or the equivalent, provided either by Diane or one of her Trainers. ---For more information, please click on Workshop Schedule
---October 20-23, 2015 and October 5-7, 2016
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation
to help further the work of FASCETS
Please feel free to contact
you'd like further information or assistance.
Here is an excellent resource for learning about FASD and the Law,
by a well-known Canadian attorney who specializes in FASD -
David Boulding. There are two short, animated films which are very illuminating, as well as entertaining. Please share this information!