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Our Diagnostic Process

  • Intake – Contact us for more information
  • Record search – We gather your child’s medical and school history with your permission.
  • Evaluations are scheduled each month
  • Diagnosis by our multi-disciplinary team
  • Complete a Diagnostic report
  • Make recommendations for service plan

Case Management

As your child grows and faces new situations, the challenges faced by parents can seem overwhelming.  You wonder if there’s anything you can do, but you don’t know what will help.

That’s why we offer one-on-one phone or in person counsel with Sr. Suzette Fisher or Brianna Megyesi. They are trained FASD specialists. They have worked with A Renewed Mind  Double ARC Center for FASD for many years.  They are not surprised at any behaviors, meltdowns, or crises you might face with your child.  They will listen to you and offer tips, encouragement, and resources to help.  Whether it’s once in a while, on a regular basis, or in a crisis they are your helpline when you need them.

Education and Training

  • Introductory meetings with parents; caseworkers
  • Training for Parents: Our newly revised Triumph Today course
  • Training for School Professionals
  • Workshops for social service providers, school professionals, medical and allied professionals, judicial system

Workshops and training can be tailored to your organization’s needs, integrated into the organization’s training schedule, and presented at your site.   For more information and to schedule, contact Brianna Megyesi, MSW, LSW at (419) 890-1225 or


  • BeST FASD Screening Tool
  • Consultation (phone, e-mail, and face-to-face) for more specific strategies


  • Phone
  • Face-to-Face
  • E-Mail
  • Individualized Education Program (IEP)

Many children would benefit greatly from an Individualized Education Program (IEP) Consultation at their school. Sr. Suzette Fisher, a teacher and former principal understands the unique learning needs of children with brain damage. She spends time learning about your student, school history, learning needs and behavior issues. She attends an IEP meeting at your school with you as your child’s advocate.

This helps school personnel better understand the needs of your child. She can also offer resources for the teacher. In addition, we offer a special workshop for teachers to enhance their skills in working with children with brain damage. Having her on your team working together with school personnel helps improve educational results for your students.

We also will be your advocate at other school meetings, treatment teams, wraparound, juvenile justice, and placement meetings.   For more information contact  Sr. Suzette at (419) 890-1290 or via email at

FASD Resources