NAVSH Webinar Programme

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is known as ‘the hidden disability’.  Studies suggest it is more prevalent than Autism, yet often not understood or diagnosed. 

Dr Cassie Jackson, Chartered Clinical Psychologist, has worked with children and families affected by FASD for roughly thirteen years, running diagnostic clinics, and providing training sessions for professionals, parents and carers. She is a member of the FASD UK Experts Committee, and is Clinical Director at The Psychology Clinic of East Anglia (PCEA) based in Norwich, where she continues to provide neuropsychological assessments for children with diagnosed or suspected FASD, in addition to working as an expert witness within care proceedings. Cassie also holds a part-time role at The Surrey FASD Clinic providing clinical supervision to community paediatric services across the UK in the assessment and diagnosis of FASD. Cassie will provide an overview of FASD, including how it is assessed and diagnosed, how it presents, and its common comorbidities and effective interventions. 

The webinar will then focus on the response of Cambridgeshire Virtual School to FASD and the impact the work has had within Cambridgeshire. 

24th April at 2.00pm - 4.00pm

Making the most of the NAVSH App

A walk-through of all the features and courses available through the NAVSH app. There will be two opportunities after the conference to learn about this useful and growing toolkit. 

9th May at 2.30pm - 3.15pm