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FASD: LET’S MOVE FROM SHAME TO BLAME, TO SUPPORT AND CARE – VIDEO SERIES

The FASD Prevention Conversation Project

Myles Himmelreich lives with FASD and is a motivational speaker and advocate.  In this video from the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute, Myles says, “My mom loved me. When talking about FASD, there is often shame and blame. That does not help anyone. The best way to help moms and people living with FASD is to provide support and understanding.”

Thanks to Saskachewan Prevention Institute for making this video available.

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