Creating Intersections: A Systematic and Person-Centered Harmonizing Framework for Housing Individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

This document is organized into five parts. First, the authors situate the reader in the work. Second, they provide background information to acknowledge the complexities involved in housing. In the third section, they describe the responsive harmonizing framework. That is followed by a section on implementing the framework. In the fifth section, the authors suggest that harmonization and responsivity will light the way forward to ensure we are meeting the housing needs of individuals with FASD. Finally, they offer the appendices which contain the underpinning evidence for the framework and implementation suggestions. The voices of our community members are embedded in all models and messages and are made explicit in the accompanying quotes.

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Canada FASD Research Network
University of Alberta