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This ethnographical study provides insight into the daily lives of adults with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and demonstrates how mentorship increases their quality of life. FASD is a life-long disability that diminishes a person’s cognitive and adaptive functioning. In this study, adults with FASD and their mentors were interviewed at the CUMFI (Central Urban Métis Federation Inc.) Wellness Centre, a mentorship program for individuals with cognitive disabilities in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to determine how effective supports were and how to improve the supports. Mentorship helps adults with FASD to find housing, buy groceries, receive community supports and maintain a healthy lifestyle which will help them function better in society. Support and mentorship provides safeguards to decrease the likelihood of adults with FASD ending up on the streets, in jails, hospitals and treatment centers.
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First Edition
Carrie Ann Schemenauer
September 27, 2011
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6.68 MB

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