Lead Facilitator & Co-Founder
Nancy Hall has had thirty years’ experience working in the non-profit sector for the improvement of services for people with disabilities. Her academic background is in Child and Youth Care, Psychology and Clinical Behavioural Sciences. In addition, she has obtained a mastery certificate in the facilitation of the Neurobehavioural Model, under the mentorship of model creator and FASD expert, Diane Malbin, MSW, founder of FASCETS, Portland, Oregon.. This model is considered emerging best practice for the successful support of individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
Over the past twelve years, Nancy has worked, as a community development facilitator, educator and consultant, to nurture and enhance community potential to better meet the needs of people impacted by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and Dual Diagnosis. For eight years, she sat as a member of the FASD Ontario Network of Expertise (FASD ONE). In addition, Nancy co-authored a research paper on Effective Service provision for people impacted by FASD, in 2009. Most recently, Nancy joined FASCETS, Portland as a Program Director and founded a satellite agency, FASCETS Canada East, where she provides training and consultation in the Neurobehavioural Model.