Joining will be Jan Griffin and her adult son Rossi who will be talking about living with FASD.
FASD affects more people than autism yet is a condition that is often misdiagnosed or missed completely. It is a lifelong debilitating condition, and the effects can include physical, cognitive, emotional and social outcomes.
The Family Voice Surrey FASD group meets on a regular basis via Zoom and provides an opportunity to share experiences and exchange advice. We also have a WhatsApp Group for day-to-day chat.
The host for the event is Sara Draycott (Waverley FVS Co-ordinator) and she is joined by Debbie Bell, a carer of two children diagnosed with FASD.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and the Zoom login details.