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Day 48 of 99 Days to FASDay brings some special advice from an adult with FASD.
When the maiden turned 18 last year, my focus changed from looking for advice for children and teenagers, to advice for adults. In particular, I have been trying to find advice from adults about the lived experience with FASD. I found this quote in a book called FASD: unexpected journeys published by the FASD Network of Saskatchewan.
From the Book’s Foreword:
In 2015, the FASD Network set out to bring greater awareness to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder by collecting the stories of people whose lives have been affected by the disability.
The various chapters included in this book are the stories of the remarkable people who live their daily lives faced with the struggles and stigmas of an invisible, often disregarded disability. Through the voices of the caregivers who dedicate their entire selves…
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