Practical Strategies To Help Parents Who Are Raising Children With FASD.

Season 5, Episode 40- The Honestly Speaking Parenting Podcast

Parenting children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders can often feel hopeless and void of answers. In the debut of Season 5, Mike and Matt discuss practical strategies to help parents form a plan and find answers.

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There are an estimated 40,000 infants born every year with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. As we’ve mentioned many times the past on this blog and podcast, this is a disorder that is widely misunderstood and even judged. But there is new light being shed on the subject and it’s helping parents find resources and answers. We know how difficult it is day in and day out, to parent a son or daughter who suffers from this disorder. That’s why we’ve dedicated this episode to walking through some very practical and helpful strategies to help parents, on the journey of foster care and adoption, who feel helpless and hopeless as they parent children with FASD.

Listen To The Show.

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Notes and Quotes from the Episode.

We talked about 4 important strategies that, when applied, become game-changers for parents struggling to raise children affected by FASD. Here’s a recap of those strategies…

  1. Control the environment.
  2. Pay close attention to timing.
  3. Give your child lots of space.
  4. Stay consistent every single day.

Resources and Links.

We also mentioned several valuable resources during the show. Here they are:

Question: Are you parenting a child with FASD? Share your story with us in the comment section below. You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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  • Suzanne Swett

    I just finished listening to this..thank you thank you thank you! I feel hope in knowing there may be an answer to why my sons and daughter act/react the way they do. They have been diagnosed with ADHD, RAD and PTSD and dyslexia. Meds have helped in some areas, but this may help to answer why. I have ordered the moment to moment video and cant wait to watch it for more insight. Mike and Kristen I thank God you came to refresh to speak. God used you to help my husband and I to keep on keepin’ on…. looking for answers. When i have a little insight and understanding it helps with my compassion which is lacking sometimes!