22 Jan 2020
14:30 - 15:30
University of Salford Research Seminar: Diagnosis & support for young children with prenatal alcohol exposure
Diagnosis & support for young children with prenatal alcohol exposure
Join the University of Salford for a research seminar by Professor Sharon Dawe on: Diagnosis and support for young children with prenatal alcohol exposure: The Queensland FASD-Y Clinics
Professor Sharon Dawe is a clinical psychologist and academic at Griffith University, Queensland, Australia. She has worked in academic settings for over twenty-five years and has an international reputation in the field of addiction, child and family studies, child maltreatment and child development. Her clinical work focuses on supporting the development of young children and toddlers by supporting parents and carers to provide a safe and nurturing environment. She is the co-developer of the Parents Under Pressure program (www.pupprogram.net.au), designed for complex families that includes parental substance misuse. She leads a large consortium developing a diagnostic process around FASD and support for young children with prenatal alcohol exposure. Sharon is passionate about improving the outcomes for children living in adverse circumstances by supporting parents to manage difficult life situations.