...that I am walking away understanding my son's FASD so much better when it comes to his thinking. After 3 years of no training offered for anything, Donna managed to put "hope" into my vocabulary. And for that "thank you". I liked that MY grief and loss is normal and that I will work through it.
A problem I had which was solved...
...What are my expectations of my Junior High students with FASD? (my old question)
How can i make my Junior High students with FASD feel competent, confident?
(my new question)
"I thought two days would be long but it was NOT."
"This information needs
"I have a better understanding on how I need to support my clients that have FASD."
"...being better equipped to educate others and advocate for the children in my care..."
"How to have a discussion with suspected FASD client."
"Provided me with new language. A great deal of information can be generalized to other disabilities."
"...very beneficial and useful training with practical applications."