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Are you a person with (possible) FASD seeking help?

How to be your own champion.

Neurodiversity can mean that you may have many competing thoughts when you are trying to explain your experience of the world. You may experience barriers that feel hard to overcome.

At ConnectFASD we believe that you deserve to be heard, and we are here to support you to communicate your needs to promote understanding.

The ability to advocate for yourself, and draw on a community of supports, can make all the difference in working together.

We want to help you to champion yourself to move forward to a better connection and help you teach others about what you need to live your best life.

We believe that unified voices create the best opportunities.

For more information about me with FASD, please view this fact sheet.

All of our fact sheets can be found here.