#4 Days To FASDay – FREE STUFF Be a poster poster

Become a Poster Poster!

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Get your school involved this month… involve your health teachers… high schoolers give a presentations to your elementary and middle schools –

Print out some FREE – FASD Awareness posters and hang them up on local bulletin boards, at the store, the laundromat, churches, universities, etc. You might even get your local schools to post them.

Little One” everybody’s favorite poster

NOFAS Posters and Brochures

If you print these out yourself on photo paper at “best” resolution on your color printer they will have a high quality appearance. You can have large posters printed for just a few dollars at your local print or copy shop. Even one may be seen by hundreds of people.

PURCHASE A SET OF BOOKS FOR YOUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO HELP EXPLAIN FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDERS TO STUDENTS IN A KIND AND GENTLE WAY – Prevent Bully Behaviors against children with FASD this school years.


Click book to purchase and use $3.00 coupon code Direct links provided for discount – Just add coupon code JZLZLVT2 to order Nuzzle, My Invisible World, Braided Cord, Whitest Wall or Our FAScinating Journey – you can simply click special link for each book provided below. Any reviews or comments on our books are appreciated. Happy September 9 – for larger quantity please message me and I can get you a deal.

PLUS THIS IS FREE E-CURRICULUM FOR Elementary Schools From Chancer!!!!!



Speaking, workshops or wholesale books contact: www.betterendings.org or jodeekulp@gmail.com

$3.00 Gift for each book from the Kulp and Winokur Families to build awareness this month. Additional or classroom quantities please contact us:

NEW! 3rd Revision Our FAScinating Journey -Keys to Brain Potential Along the Path of Prenatal Brain Injury – (2012)https://www.createspace.com/3579462
The Whitest Wall (2012) – A Mystery novel
Braided Cord (2010) – Liz’s adult transition with FASD

A Kid Who Rocks – Morasha’s book is moving FASD mountains!

CMS sixth grader, Morasha Winokur, featured on CNN On-Line’s show, Young People Who Rock!

Join Morasha’s journey as a young author as she publicizes her book, My Invisible World – life with my brother, his disability and service dog. Go to: http://ypwr.blogs.cnn.com to watch her live interview from last Friday. Get a book signed and meet Chancer, an irresistable 90 lb. Golden Retreiver, who is the first certified service dog in the U.S. to help a person living with the “invisible” life-long disability, fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS). Morasha will be at Walden Books in the North Point Mall on Saturday, November 14th at 1:00 pm. We’ll keep you posted about other upcoming events. To find out more about Morasha’s book and Chancer, visit www.thechancerchronicles.com.

The website is now up – take a look around!