Create an adults with FASD panel to share information at your local conferences and events. They have ALOT to teach us!
Listen to the Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Adult panel speak about what it is like to live with FASD. Find adults in your community that are willing to speak our and develop your own adult parent. Those who live daily with the challenges need to be heard - create a voice for your voiceless.
Read a book and learn the realities of being an adult with FASDs.
"This is a book that commands attention and one that influences us to support speaking up in defense of the un-born. Braided Cord, Tough Times In and Out is a must read for professionals in the medical, social service and re-hab fields."
Midwest Book Review by SARA HASSLER REVIEW 6-25-2010
Liz Kulp, Author
Better Endings New Beginnings
For those who have read Braided Cord Tough Times In and Out we are pleased to update you on a successful interdependence - Liz has come so far and offers insight and hope to others who struggle on this challenging journey. - The Kulp Family
Best I Can Be - Living with Fetal Alcohol - by Liz Kulp, age 13, how I feel in my brain
Our FAScinating Journey - by Jodee Kulp and Liz Kulp, homeschool and brain based learning
Best I Can Be - Tough Times In and Out - by Liz Kulp, age 23, adult transitioning
Read more articles from Adults living with FASD
- True Commitment - Fetal Alcohol is not who I am (Liz Kulp)
- Feeling Lost (Ann Kagarise)
- Shadow (excerpts from Ann's new book) (Ann Kagarise)
- Basics for Teachers (Ann Kagarise)
- Concrete vs Abstract (R.J. Formanek)
- Dear Teacher (Ann Kagarise)