Wish #9: No More FASD?

This is the only wish for my daughter and FASD I stated in 2016 that I'm no longer certain of, because of what I have learned and how I have grown. Is it realistic (no) or even appropriate (not sure). Why? Because is it dismissive of people with FASD? Certainly that wasn’t my intent. We are all unique and contribute. My intent was the struggles disappear. Not the people.

Day 89 of 99 Days to FASDay: 10 Fundamental Components of FASD Prevention

The information for Day 89 is used with the permission of CanFASD - I encourage you to visit their webpage to download a copy of the PDF which includes references for each of the components. 10 Fundamental components of FASD prevention from a women’s health determinants perspective The following ten fundamental components of FASD prevention emerged … Continue reading Day 89 of 99 Days to FASDay: 10 Fundamental Components of FASD Prevention

Day 87 of 99 Days to FASDay: Images of FASD

Day 87 of 99 Days to FASDay and we continue to look at a study of key Canadian FASD awareness campaigns - focusing on the images used to raise awareness. The information is from What We Have Learned: Key Canadian FASD Awareness Campaigns Best Start: Ontario's Maternal Newborn and Early Child Development Resource Centre (Wendy Burgoyne). How … Continue reading Day 87 of 99 Days to FASDay: Images of FASD