Tag Archives: FASD

MEET SABINE – I am 45 year old woman from Germany, I have two children and I am professionally working the baby and child care field. I enjoy the work with children very much. I don’t know yet for such a long time that I have FASD and in the beginning I did not find […]

MEET SKYE – Skye, is 10 years old. Presently, he participates in martial arts (black belt), equine therapy, tennis and swimming lessons, and neurobehavioral based therapy. In this picture, he is getting ready to break a board at testing. He just entered the black belt level this past June. He will test again on the […]

MEET ALEXIA – She is 14 years old and wants the world to know about FASD and how hard life can be sometimes. She came to her adoptive family at 8 months of age. She is a very kind person. She loves animals, especially horses and dogs. Alexia knows and understands her disability and she […]

MEET EMMA – She’s 11 and loves everything pink, cats, and princesses. HER STORY – She came to live with us (grandparents ) almost 7 years ago via CPS. We’ve had many evaluations and diagnostic work up, and finally arrived with FASD with co existing anxiety, ADHD, seizures and sleep issues. STRENGTHS – She has […]

MEET ALEXANDER – Alexander has an incredibly kind spirit and is a wonderful and loving boy. He has an incredibly insightful mind, which unfortunately can be hidden by his autism. His hyperactivity makes it hard to learn in the classroom, but boy does he excel at forest school and outdoor activities. I think his wish […]

MEET VICTORIA -Victoria was adopted from Russia when she was 2 1/2 years old and has FASD. Victoria’s special skill is making friends.With that great smile, she can walk into any situation and have a new best friend within minutes. She is also best friends and helper to her brother, who has autism in addition […]

MEET KEN – Ken is a 31 year old husband and father of a toddler. In 2007, Ken had lived in group home environments, residential or foster care for 13 years. His dream was to become independent, get married and someday have a child. Today, Ken is an excellent dad and his son’s eyes light […]