Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Ontario Network of Expertise (FASD ONE)
FASD ONE is a group that works together to address issues related to FASD in the province. Membership includes experts and specialists in research, health promotions, diagnosis, justice services, community and policy development, and service delivery as well as family members who have intimate knowledge of the practical needs of individuals with FASD. The website also lists working groups, committees, and support groups across Ontario.
St. Michael's Hospital Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Diagnostic Clinic
61 Queen Street, 2nd Floor, Pediatric Clinic, Toronto, ON, M5C 2T2
Tel: 416-867-3655 / Fax: 416-867-3736
St. Michael’s Hospital’s Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Clinic is a well established clinic and has been running since 2002. Clinic staffs were educated at the The Hospital for Sick Children, Motherisk Program, and/or Winnipeg’s Children’s Hospital. We hold 7 clinics a month: 4 - developmental testing, and pre-assessments, and 3 – full diagnostic clinics.
We provide care to infants, children, and adults from across Ontario. The clinic team has a program of research and education. We are also proud of a strong parental presence guiding our plans of care, and we are pleased to provide outreach services. The diagnostic team has the following resource people to draw on: Program Director, Physician/Pediatrics and Family Practice, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Developmental Tester; Community Care Access for referral to OT, Mental Health and Other, Consultation on referral in Psychiatry, Psychology, and Admin. Support.
For children and youth under the age of 18.
Waterloo Region FASD Diagnostic Clinic
Offers FASD Diagnostic Services for children up to 17 years of age living in the Waterloo Region. Provides full assessments, recommendations, and assistance with referral to appropriate community programs. Referrals are accepted from partner agencies only including Lutherwood, Carizon, KidsAbility, Waterloo Region District School Board, Waterloo Catholic District School Board, Developmental Services Resource Centre, and KW Habilitation. Unfortunately referrals cannot be accepted from the general public at this time.