April 1, 2017 – Keynote Address: Eastern Ontario FASD Symposium



Join Kim for this keynote address that is geared toward parents and caregivers to help us all understand that things can get better. Through neuroplasticity, the brain is changeable. Relationships can be strengthened. But caring for individuals with FASD takes commitment and mindfulness, and compassion. Through real stories from around the world and some from just around the corner, Kim shares engrossing experiences and offers a wide spectrum of practical strategies that are making lives easier for many. Each person and family dealing with FASD is unique, but what they share is the hope that they can still be their very best, however they define that, and ultimately lead happy lives. These goals are attainable. It starts with informed compassion, and it produces change.


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