There is NO 100% safe amount of alcohol during pregnancy.

Double ARC FASD Parent Support Group – Online/Teleconference

We received the following information about a *FREE* Support Group for families of children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders! This is from Double ARC in Sylvania, OH – but is open to all as it’s available via the web or teleconference.

 

We have a new way of giving parents and caregivers the support they need on the second Tuesday of each month. They can join us from anywhere! All they need is a phone, or a computer, or a tablet. Using a computer or tablet or smart phone with a microphone and camera, they can see us and we will be able to see them. Or they can simply dial the number below to join the conversation over the phone. 
Next meeting: Tuesday, January 9, 2018 from 7:00 – 8:00 pm
NOTE: If parents would like to join us in the office, they are free to come!  Our office is located at: 5800 Monroe St Bldg F-5, Sylvania, OH 43560

For the highest quality audio and video experience, we suggest joining using the meeting link below. Please download the Fuze app prior to your meeting.

Join from your computer or mobile smartphone: https://fuze.me/36324230

Call from your mobile phone: smart dial to join (855) 346-3893 (toll free) or +1 201-479-4595 (toll)
Standard Dial-In:

International phone numbers:

First Fuze meeting? Download the Fuze app ahead of time for the best experience.

Please respond to this email and let us know if you know anyone who would like to attend. Or give us a call at 419-724-1353. If you have any questions, please let us know!

Hope to talk with you soon!

Bre Megyesi, MSW, LSW
Sr. Suzette Fisher, SND, M.Ed.,Ed.S., Director of Client Services and FASD Specialist

 

Credit / Sources

This webinar is hosted by DoubleARC. Double ARC provides diagnosis, consultation, and staff development opportunities so parents, educators, health care providers, and professionals in the social service areas are equipped to support children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).

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