Key Worker Program
What is the Key Worker Program?
The Key Worker and Parent Support Program helps families of children and youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and similar neurodevelopmental conditions from birth to 19 years. This program is available to all families with children and youth with FASD or similar conditions who have been diagnosed or are waiting for a diagnosis.
How does the Key Worker Program support your family?
The overall goal of this program is to support families to stay together and to build on their strengths and successes. We provide education about FASD and similar conditions and offer ongoing emotional and practical support.
We also offer a support group for parents and caregivers involved in this program and provide information and resources to the wider community.
We appreciate the support of our community. Thank you for your help.
The Key Worker Program is available to all families with children/youth with FASD or complex neuro developmental differences who have been diagnosed or are waiting for a diagnosis.
You can refer to the Key Worker Program yourself. Click here to access the form. Other NONA programs, doctors, community health nurses and other professionals can also make referrals to this program. The Key Worker Program is voluntary and free of charge.
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To strengthen the abilities of children with special needs and to enhance opportunities for them to participate in their community.