Help For Raising Kids With FASD-NOW!

Published 10/18/2011
By: Nancy Beyer

John Hays is a great teacher for us to help with all the issues of parenting our children with an FASD. He and his wife Holiday live in northern MN, have adopted 13 children with FASD,  and run the Hayskids website. They do a wonderful job of sharing their insights and making it simple to learn how they have been able to parent the unique set of challenges found in children with FASD.  Here in these 5 videos, John goes through strategy after strategy for handling many parenting situations, ie. de-escalating the rages, discerning the request for more independence, navigating sexuality issues, helping your child understand and accept their diagnoses, and many more. I have learned so much and return to these messages often as my son grows into different stages. It’s good to have these on hand to review when you get stuck! I encourage you to watch them with your support team and/or your spouse. I know we will be going over these soon!

Raising Kids with FASD Part 1

Raising Kids with FASD Part 2

Raising Kids with FASD Part 3

Raising Kids with FASD Part 4

Raising Kids with FASD Part 5

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