FASD is something I’ve thrown myself into because my 11-year-old daughter is on the spectrum and so this is now central to raise awareness whilst continuing my journey for education. I am absolutely blessed to have found Jeff Noble and FASD Success – I am eternally grateful. I hope more than anything that Jeff will join us at Wembley in 2022!
Jo has an interesting background that really prepared her for becoming the superstar advocate she has become. We talk about that as well as:
Now I know not everyone is going to go from getting an appropriate school placement for their child to creating a 45-minute documentary on FASD … but what I hope this podcast does is give you the inspiration that no matter where you might find yourself now, you can be in a completely different space in a couple of years.
Jo used the resources she had and the skills she learned to build a support team and secure a new school placement for her daughter. For some caregivers that may be all you need or want. But for others, like Jo, you may be inspired to become a powerful advocate beyond your family.
No matter where you are in between those two points, I think you will see the power of facts, knowledge, community and telling stories can create change and success for ourselves and our loved ones with FASD.
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Documentary: FASD The Hidden Disability
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