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People with FASD deserve to live happy and fulfilling lives.

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The good news is you don’t have to do this alone!

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It’s important to talk with your support people to find what makes sense for you as you enter adulthood.

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Some will continue to live with parents or carers.

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Some will continue to have support with medical decisions, money, staying safe.

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Some will go to college or university. Some will have jobs or volunteer.

But everyone – not just those with FASD – EVERYONE needs support. It’s okay.

If you don’t have any support talk to someone – a  GP, a friend, local social services. Tell them you have (or think you have) a neurodevelopmental disability and you need support.

Good Day, Bad Day chart

This PDF will help you think about what works and where you need support.

Planning My Future Life

This workbook to help you think about some of these things.

No Place Like Home Guide

This PDF has some great worksheets in it.

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