Websites for support
"Everybody can be great...because anybody can serve. You don't have to have a college degree to serve. You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love."
- Martin Luther King
Support groups, training for professionals, resources, and grants.
St Paul, MN, 55114
Webinars, videos, advocating, support, resources, programs, and policy/legislation help.
Washington, D.C., 20007
Monthly support groups, news and events, resources, help parents with IEPs, arrange public conferences.
Jeff Noble leads an organization that provides hope and education to people caring for someone living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) through online applications and in-person training sessions, demonstrations and consultations.
Nate Sheets is a behavior consultant, advocate, and trainer who specializes in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs), developmental disabilities, and cognitive skills. He created Cognitive Support ™ and conducts the Building Up! Workshop. He is the co-host of the "It's a Brain Thing!" podcast.
Workshops, consultations, and they sell materials on Neurobehavioral Model, and resources.
Portland, OR 97239
They work to protect and be a voice for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities on local and state legislative levels.
Washington, DC 20006
Research, information, articles, archives, documents, and discussions.
FAFASD is a grassroots, parent-led organization formed to educate and support families and professionals about FASD and to spread awareness about this astonishingly prevalent disorder.
Two mothers, Ann Yureck and Jodee Kulp who have joined forces to empower other parents and blog their journeys. Amazing site for inspiration, tools, parenting, and support.
Information, strategies, trainings, programs, workbooks, and support groups.
Games, articles, forums, support for adults with FAS/FAE.
Washington program for positive parenting interventions for kids 3-13 with FASD.
Seattle WA 98121
Red Shoes Rock is an International Collaborative movement of persons living with FASD, caregivers, friends, family and professional. We break down the stigma with FUN!