What I wish people knew about me – living with FASD

FASD Hub Australia: “For International FASD Awareness Day, we asked a group of adults and young people living with FASD (and their caregivers) – what do you wish the world knew about you? We are proud to be sharing their perspectives.

FASD has lifelong impacts on individuals, their families and carers, and the wider community. While everyone is different and has their own strengths and difficulties, these are some important things that people living with FASD wish you knew about them.”

Find more from FASD Hub Australia (Australia, September 2021)

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