No Thanks I’m Pregnant Tent Card
Information Card, 2013
This small, free-standing information card is intended for distribution to bars, restaurants, and other locations. This card provides information about the effects of alcohol during pregnancy, and shows a woman turning down a drink, saying “No thanks, I’m pregnant”.
Learning about FASD – Modules
Guide and Manual, 2009
This resource is for post-secondary instructors and professors to assist them in providing information and education about FASD in professional programs where students, upon graduation, may work with women of childbearing age. The programs include health care, education, justice, addictions, psychology, social work, and other community service programs. The CD contains digital copies of the printed resource “Learning About FASD: A Teaching Package for Post-Secondary Institutions” as well as a copy of a PowerPoint that can be used in classrooms. Both the PowerPoint and written modules contain case studies, activities, and discussion questions that can be used to adapt the presentation to make it useful for any group.
Click the Download File button below to get all the modules or click just the modules that you want from the following links:
- Module One: Values Attitudes and Stereotypes
- Module Two: What is FASD
- Module Three: Alcohol Women and Pregnancy
- Module Four: Youth and Alcohol Use
- Module Five: Supporting Women Who Drink During Pregnancy
- Module Six: Impact of Alcohol on Fetal Development
- Module Seven: Referral and Diagnosis
- Module Eight: Primary Disabilities and Secondary Disabilities
- Module Nine: Prevention of FASD
- Module Ten: FASD and the Media
- Module Eleven: Services In Saskatchewan
This Is Why I Supported Her Not to Drink
This poster is aimed at fathers and fathers-to-be, suggesting they support their partners to avoid alcohol during pregnancy in order to prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.SKU: 3-060
Thank You Mom
This series of nine posters was developed by Saskatchewan youth through the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute’s Youth Action for Prevention project. Each poster depicts a different young person thanking their mother for not drinking alcohol during pregnancy. Posters feature English, French, and Cree messages. Nine youth were chosen for the campaign to represent both the nine months of pregnancy and the variety of people to whom the message of preventing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is relevant. Each poster includes a QR scan code, allowing people with smartphones to link directly to the accompanying “Thank You Mom” video, found atSKU: 3-002
FASD: Realities and Possibilities – the Myles Himmelreich Story
Myles Himmelreich is a young man who lives with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. He eloquently speaks about his experiences, including both his challenges and his many successes. Myles is a seasoned presenter who has told his story to national and international audiences including professionals, caregivers, and individuals who are affected by FASD.
In this documentary, Myles courageously tells his story, speaking candidly about the issues he continues to face, as well as the strategies he has used to manage and overcome them. Tom Simes, a filmmaker who is passionate about FASD education, has collaborated with Myles and the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute to create a resource that captures the engaging and informative style of Myles’ presentations.
This resource includes an accompanying DVD guide, which provides discussion questions and additional information about FASD. This resource is appropriate for anyone wanting to understand more about FASD from an honest and personal perspective. Also available for LOAN, under resource number 3-V-300.SKU: 3-132