When Going for a Walk is a Radical Act

Originally posted on FASD: Learning with Hope:
By SB_FASD Stop presses! Breaking news! I went for a walk today. Not a going-to-buy-slime-ingredients walk. Not a this-dog-is-climbing-the-walls-and-needs-to-get-out walk. Not a going-to-catch-the-train-for-work walk. No, this was an honest-to-goodness walk. Alone. Just for me. They talk about muscle memory. My body remembers. I once ran hard and smoothly…

I am not hidden – My story is REAL

Thank you, to all the people from around the world for Stepping Outwith your Red Shoes Rock FASD Aware Story We are going to do this! Here are the questions:When did you learn you had FASD (fetal alcohol spectrum disorders)?What was life like as a child?What are you good at? (your strengths)What are the hardestContinue reading “I am not hidden – My story is REAL”


Organizing and creating a collaborative unified voice of FASD prevention and support Kathleen Tavenner Mitchell National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS), Washington, DC, USA Objectives: NOFAS has successfully organized 41 national and international affiliates. NOFAS serves as a liaison to all federal agencies that address FASD, FASD researchers and has partnerships with key professional groups suchContinue reading “NOFAS”