Our mission is to increase understanding of people from a neurobehavioral perspective.

FASCETS is a non-profit organization that celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2017 (www.fascets.org). FASCETS Canada East is a satellite agency of FASCET​S, operating out of Portland, Oregon, and has been providing services in Eastern Canada for the past seven years.


FASCETS is an acronym for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Consultation, Education, and Training Services. The application of the FASCETS Neurobehavioral Model is not limited to alcohol-related symptoms of underlying brain dysfunction, as it is applicable to understanding and developing accommodations for any other brain-based conditions such as autism, ADHD, TBI, and others.


Nancy Hall

Lead Facilitator

Founder of FASCETS Canada East


Nancy Hall, Founder of FASCETS Canada East

Nancy Hall

Lead Facilitator

Founder of FASCETS Canada East

1 (555) 222 3333

Nancy Hall

Lead Facilitator

Founder of FASCETS Canada East

Nancy Hall has had thirty five years’ experience working in the non-profit sector for the improvement of services for people with disabilities. Nancy worked as a residential coordinator and case manager for fifteen years with people impacted by developmental disabilities, mental health issues and/or physical barriers. In addition, Nancy also has extensive experience as a behavioural consultant, as well as, providing training to staff in the safe management of aggressive behaviours. She has specialized in Autism, Dual Diagnosis and FASD. Her academic background is in Child and Youth Care, Psychology and Clinical Behavioural Sciences


Over the past twelve years, Nancy has worked, as an FASD 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). For eight years, she sat as a lead member of the FASD Ontario Network of Expertise (FASD ONE), leading both the Diagnostic and the Support and Intervention Action Groups.

Nancy has presented on FASD across North America at multiple local, provincial, national and international conferences. In addition, she co-authored a research paper on Effective Service provision for people impacted by FASD, in 2009.


In 2012, she obtained a mastery certificate in the Neurobehavioural Model of accommodation for the successful support of individuals with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, under the mentorship of FASD expert, Diane Malbin MSW, founder of FASCETS, Portland, Oregon. Since that time, Nancy has provided full time consultation services as well as training in the Neurobehavioural Model.


Most recently, Nancy became the Founder of a satellite agency of FASCETS, called FASCETS Canada East, providing training and consultation services across eastern Canada. Nancy sits as one of four Program Directors, for FASCETS in Portland. She also sits as a member of the FASCETS Board of Directors.


To contact Nancy email directly at

[email protected]

Trish Bishop

Administrative Assistant

Trish Bishop acts as the backbone of the agency. She is available to answer any questions about the services available through FASCETS Canada East. She is an integral part of planning and organizing any events hosted by FASCETS Canada East and can assist you if you are planning to host or sponsor a training event yourself. To contact Trish email her directly at [email protected]

Trish Bishop

Administrative Assistant

Our Team is Expanding!

Nancy Hall began the first Training of Trainers in the Neurobehavioural Model in Canada in the Fall of 2018. Graduates of this intensive year long program will be ready and available to provide trainings in the Fall of 2019