Living Well with FASD or Other Disabilities by Kenny LaJoy The description on the back of the book states: (This book) is written by someone who lives with FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) and who understands the struggles of living with this disability on a daily basis. Kenny talks about his journey towards acceptance and … Continue reading It’s OK To Be You Book Review
Here is a very creative way to not only learn about emotions/coping skills/self regulation, but help identify how and when to use them. A fellow mama and FASD advocate, creator of Team Love - a group for connecting families living with FASD - made this resource after being told about a bus metaphor for emotions. … Continue reading Who is driving your bus?
Day 46 of 99 Days to FASDay brings a resource of strategies for caregivers by caregivers. Today's graphic highlights only three general strategies provided in this great resource 2017 Parent Retreat Strategies put together by the FASD Network of Saskatchewan (Canada). I only highlighted three of the general strategies, but the booklet (click on the link above) … Continue reading Day 46 of 99 Days to FASDay: Strategies and Self Care for FASD Caregivers
A recent news article about the results of a four-year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial of choline for neurodevelopment in fetal alcohol spectrum disorder caused quite a stir in the FASD world. Find out the details from the study and lead researcher Dr. Wozniak.
DAY 38 of 99 Days to FASDay: Positive Parenting Interventions for FASD, including Families Moving Forward and FMF Connect App.
While helping the maiden clean her room this week, we came across this little booklet I had made for her when she was nine. We read through it and had a good laugh. It was made as a quiet activity for her to do in the morning if she woke up before me. I had … Continue reading The Maiden’s Guideline’s for Good Behaviour
Once ~ we walked the earth and our bodies were strong. Once ~ we started each day with grateful breaths and grateful thanks for all around us. Once ~ we used medicines, prayers and ceremonies that cured any sickness we had. Now it is different. We climb an unknown mountain searching for fresh air. We … Continue reading Sacred Breath