Wonderland Featured on Spotlight with Gary Shipe Podcast
“FASD is a life-long disability. We need to think of it as a traumatic brain injury. It happens prenatally; there are parts of the brain that may never be able to fully develop and function. What we can do is teach them [children] skills and strategies to help manage the symptoms of FASD. An example is self-regulation—it’s really challenging for kids who have had prenatal substance exposure…”
Listen to the rest of the interview with Michelle Stiller Bradley, our director of programs and services, and Mary Kirchoff, our executive director, on Spotlight with Gary Shipe.