Day 4 – Red Shoes Rock – FASD Awareness

Red Shoes Rock

Write a PSA!
Or use one that already exists –

September is Fetal Alcohol Awareness Month – so share this wonderful PSA with friends – or take a look at some of the other great PSA’s online – most of the people working with FASD Awareness willingly share –

This was created by a 2009 high school graduate in a tiny rural KY county – he’s got real talent, and I’m so grateful to him for taking the time to do this. Please feel free to pass it on – I want Parker and his fabulous PSA to get a lot of views today!!

Happy FASD Awareness Day from Kentucky!
Laura Nagel

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FASD Fact Friday

  According to an information sheet Independent Living for People with FASD, independent living refers to the ability to function in a community without support. We still have a long way to go in providing services for these adults to ensure they are supported and successful.

FASD Fact Friday

  What does this mean? It means that as children age, expectations increase. Because those with FASD clearly are not progressing at the same rate, they may become increasingly frustrated if expectations from caregivers, educators, professionals and families are not adjusted. Excessive frustration could lead to secondary disabilities. You can help by having strengths re-evaluated … Continue reading FASD Fact Friday