Have you heard the saying that kids with FASD are 10 second kids living in a 1 second world? It is a great way to illustrate the difference in response between our kids and others without a developmental disability. It is difficult for so many to understand as many of our children look “typical” so … Continue reading 10 Second Kids in a 1 Second World
The maiden turned 16 this month. Big birthday for most teenagers in Ontario because they can begin the process of trying for their driver's licence. And like a typical teenager, the maiden wants to start to drive. Most parents worry about their child being responsible while behind the wheel. Parents of teenagers with FASD have to … Continue reading Mom I am Old Enough to Drive Now!