Happy Over the Hump of Winter – #Redshoesrock for #FASD

#FASD the invisible disability

Heart Warming…

2-RedShoe5Happy February 1 – we are over the hump of cold weather and winter – though the next two months can be exciting it always feels like there will soon be springtime. Thank you to all the families and friends and professionals whose hearts love and work hard to understand the life challenges of living with invisible differences.

Living with the daily challenges of FASD is not easy because most people who walk with this invisible life challenge are well… just that… invisible. In fact, some are so invisible they don’t even know yet what is making their life so difficult.

Diagnosis in adulthood allows a person the opportunity to put the puzzle pieces together in their lives that are working and find new puzzle pieces to help replace what is not working. Just know you are not the “bad” but the “misunderstood” empowers you. Thanks to all the #RedShoeRock participants for not just taking a stand but for walking in your community with us.

Let’s Red Shoes Rock. Stop FASD.

Published by jodeekulp

Jodee Kulp, is an award-winning author, producer and advocate who works tirelessly to serve children and families of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). Her behavioral work in understanding canine fear and applying it to helping adults gain life skills is momumental and parallels our work with EAGALA Equine Therapy. It will be exciting to watch this progress. - Chris Troutt, Papillion Center Current Projects include: Pearlz Work Embraced Movement PraiseMoves LIFT (Laughter in Fitness Training) LiveAbilities Red Shoes Rock. Stop FASD PawZup Life Stories

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