Day #11 – Meet Mac – A Real Boy with a Real Life and #FASD

Originally posted on FASD WITH HOPE:
People have been asking to learn more about Mac – so I will be sharing Ann Yurcek’s blog posts here as my guest blogger to learn more about #FASD and how it affects families, the community and most importantly the people who face the challenges daily. Day 11: Meet…

FREE Valentine’s Day Challenge – 200 sobriety pledges to prevent #FASD at #redshoesrock

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Entering the campaign is FREE The cost to society and the life of one person is not. SAMPLE PINTEREST BELOW Join RedShoesRock and take a pledge for sobriety during pregnancy. Get featured at #RedShoesRock for taking a sobriety stand with us. Share on Facebook-Instagram-Pinterest-Twitter All the pieces you need…

Did the ground hog see his shadow? Ask us.

It’s Ground Hogs Day – and the answer to did the ground hog see his shadow? Is…. Well that depends on where you live – so I guess the answer is variable. And that’s what happens with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders – the results are variable and most of the results are hidden – comingContinue reading “Did the ground hog see his shadow? Ask us.”

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

Heart Warming… Happy 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 challengesContinue reading “Happy Over the Hump of Winter – #Redshoesrock for #FASD”

I was diagnosed as an adult with #FASD #fetalalcohol is real! written by R.J. Formanek #redshoesrock

Originally posted on FASD WITH HOPE:
Special thank you to guest blogger — R.J. Formanek – R.J. is one of our beloved FASD Survival Strategy Teachers and FASD Trail Guides — He is founder of FB private group for adults with FASD “Flying with Broken Wings” On being diagnosed with FASD as an adult. The day…

Red Shoes Rock… Invisible No More with #FASD Highlights of 2014 – Thanks Everyone – Let’s Rock Out 2015

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 740 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 12 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see theContinue reading “Red Shoes Rock… Invisible No More with #FASD Highlights of 2014 – Thanks Everyone – Let’s Rock Out 2015”