His Brother

FASD presents a lot of challenges – for the person with FASD and for his or her family. It is especially hard for siblings, who often struggle to find a way to help, who can’t always understand why a quiet, happy moment suddenly erupts into chaos.

In this space, our elder son (who is 13) will share his thoughts and experiences as the older sibling of a child with FASD.

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Click here for his big brother’s first blog post: FASD Affects Siblings Too

I try to protect my brother and guide him safely through life, but sadly someti

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