Non-Native recovery approaches often look at addiction as an individual disease, ignoring the social, political, or economic roots of addiction. The indigenous experience adds a dimension of acknowledging sociopolitical causes without removing an individual’s need to do the hard work it takes to heal. This is new, culturally specific thinking that can also add toContinue reading “C=COMPASSION – Wellbriety”
Translating the world for a person with fetal alcohol BEING A “COGNITIVE” TRANSLATOR. Written by Jodee Kulp Jodee has been a tireless advocate for persons with FASD since 1997, and she continues to pioneer new ways of quality of life improvement. She is the behind-the-scenes engine of Red Shoes Rock and developer of the ExpandingContinue reading “C=COMPASSION – Translate!”
Learning how FASD affects each of us individually can make a huge difference in understanding the miscommunication we with this hidden disability often face.
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Red Shoes Rock honors the FASD pioneer – Birth Mom,Warrior Mom, Karli’s Mom Kathy Mitchell – Thank you! Moms who drink while pregnant need Hope. Kathy is the sword of truth that cuts through the darkness. Shared by Jodee Kulp I met Kathy Mitchell at the FASD Teen Adult Camp in Michigan in 2004. ThisContinue reading “Warrior Mother Takes on FASD”
In this year of 2022, let’s review the past to move ahead in creating the appropriate changes for the present.
Step out in the New Year and discover ways your children can grow with creativity.
Go celebrate and get some “new RED SHOES” to start stepping out to build FASD Awareness.
Red Shoes Rock honors the FASD pioneers – Dr. Paul Lemoine, Dr. Christy Ulleland, Dr. David Smith – Thank you! For over 100 years physicians had known that alcohol crossed the placenta. And many believed children of problem drinkers had defects related to poor genetic stock rather than to alcohol exposure. Historically, there were seasonsContinue reading “Ripe Time to Connect FASD Pieces”