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2019 Red Shoes Rock – #4 More Flyers

A special thank you to Cathy Bruer-Thompson, is a retired, Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Board Vice-President (now Pr%f Alliance), Special Needs Adoption Trainer. Both Ann Yurcek and Jodee Kulp are thankful to Cathy for helping us increase our families. Looking to find the 2019 Artwork for your Red Shoe Rock Events and Swag … Continue reading 2019 Red Shoes Rock – #4 More Flyers

2019 Red Shoes Rock Downloads – #3 Shoes

Looking to find the 2019 Artwork for your Red Shoe Rock Events and Swag – We can’t wait to see what you do with these – HAVE FUN if you need the original artwork for translation work email info@redshoesrock.com and we will help you. Here’s how you capture these print materials – 1. Hover over … Continue reading 2019 Red Shoes Rock Downloads – #3 Shoes

Dont be afriad too chase after your Dreams ♡

The Fetal Mind

You Will/Can Accomplish EVERYTHING, Everyone told you, you couldnt ♡

I’m going to accomplish EVERYTHING that EVERYONE has told me I can’t or I won’t!!!

I’m going to get somewhere in life.

I’m going to get my G2 (Drivers license)

I’m going to buy a cheap Jeep Patriot or Jeep Liberty, than I’m going to work my way up to my dream car that people say “Will never happen” A Lime Green Jeep Wrangler, Lifted, Black Rims and Tinted windows. But at this point I’m fine with any Wrangler, just so I can come back and say “I DID IT, and Prove you all WRONG”

I’m going to get a part time job till I can find a career path to follow.
Right now I’m thinking of being a Fitness YouTuber and on the side I want to be able to teach others about FASD.

I’m going to find…

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Who opened minds in Australia of FASD and Cared for Over 100 Children

Neroli Endacott

Red Shoes Rock Thanks Neroli Endacott as a Pioneer in FASD Education Thank You! Neroli is renowned for caring for over one hundred disadvantaged children, including her notable (diagnostic) recognition of children with FASD. Initially, Neroli struggled to get support from local doctors as most did not believe her ‘stories’ or her personal “diagnosis” of … Continue reading Who opened minds in Australia of FASD and Cared for Over 100 Children