Have your say on new Diagnostic Guidelines for FASD in Aotearoa
Whānau, community, iwi organisations and cross-sector professionals are invited to participate in this important opportunity to contribute to a document that will reflect Aotearoa's ongoing needs around FASD diagnosis.
During September 2022, Hāpai te Hauori, the Māori Health Authority, hosted four in-person wananga across Aotearoa in Tāmaki Makaurau, Whāngarei, Ōtautahi and Palmerston North. They were asking for input into new diagnostic guidelines for FASD in Aotearoa. The project was co-led by Clinical Neuropsychologist Sarah Goldsbury (Ngati Porou, Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti), and Clinical Psychologist Dr Andi Crawford (Pākehā/Tangata Tiriti).
You now have an opportunity, as part of our FASD-CAN whānau, to input into the project in an online hui.
You can download a panui/info sheet about the project and if you'd like to attend the online hui, please register by filling in your details on the right.
Online anonymous survey
If you'd like to contribute, but you can't, or would rather not attend the online hui, you can answer a few questions in an anonymous survey. Click here to go through to this.
Many thanks for your involvement!