Joining us this time is Jan Griffin who is the birth mum to Rossi, her adult son who was born with FASD.
Raising awareness of the dangers of drinking alcohol during pregnancy and removing the associated stigma, in order that the families can seek the correct support, is something that Jan is passionate about.
FASD 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.
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.