FASD Hope
92 - FASCETS FRIDAY - Getting Ready for the Holidays with Stacey Chart

92 - FASCETS FRIDAY - Getting Ready for the Holidays with Stacey Chart

October 22, 2021

FASD Hope is a podcast series about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) , through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience.

Episode 92 is the FOURTH FASCETS Friday Episode, featuring Stacey Chart and this episode is titled "Getting Ready for the Holidays".  Stacey joined FASCETS in 2020 as the Office Administrator and shortly after, became a Program Director. Although her educational background is in Early Childhood Education and she has many years of experience as a Medical Office Professional, she describes herself as "Just a Mom", as that is where she truly has gotten her life skills as a successful FASCETS Facilitator.

Her journey with FASCETS began several years prior to her employment with them, in 2013, when she and her husband attended their first FASCETS training with Diane Malbin. The training was life-changing for them and it became pretty clear that their adopted daughter, who was nearly 2 at the time, likely had FASD. Following their daughter's official diagnosis from the University of Washington, they became fierce advocates and set out to learn as much as possible. This led to Stacey and her husband becoming certified facilitators of the FASCETS Neurobehavioral model in 2016

Stacey began a website, https://www.charthope.org/  to educate people about FASD and to share hope and personal stories. She and her husband have facilitated workshops in the Willamette Valley of Oregon and all the way to New York.  Stacey lives in Oregon with her husband and youngest daughter, now 10 (who has FASD) on a mini-farm with their chickens, ducks, goats, emus, a mini-horse, dogs and cats. In addition to their young daughter, they have 3 adult children and 3 grandchildren.

 

In this FOURTH FASCETS Friday Episode, Stacey addresses the following (especially when getting ready for the Holidays with children / teens / young adults with FASD and other brain-based diagnoses): her own family's journey with FASD, what led both her and her husband to become FASCETS Facilitators, the dysregulation behind the holiday season, things to consider NOT to do during the holidays, ways to prepare for the holidays and words of hope.

 

You can contact Stacey Chart through FASCETS -

https://fascets.org/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fascets_inc/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FASCETS

Twitter - https://twitter.com/FASCETS2

 

Online Workshop Opportunity -

Neurobehavioral Conditions Including FASD

For Professionals, Caregivers, Parents

Prerequisite: None

6 FRIDAYS
January 21 – February 25, 2022 

9:30am-11:30am PT (US and Canada)   

6 two-hour live online sessions 

Workshop seating is limited. Register early.

https://fascets.org/workshops/

NOTE - If you decide to sign up for a FASCETS training, please let FASCETS know that you were referred by FASD Hope (as this helps in supporting FASD Hope as an organization).

 

FASD HOPE RESOURCES - 

https://www.fasdhope.com/

natalie@fasdhope.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1

Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope

LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/

Clubhouse - @natalievecc

Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy  BUY IT NOW!

91 - Hope Rising Clinic - A Conversation with Michelle Stiller Bradley and Alex Lundy

91 - Hope Rising Clinic - A Conversation with Michelle Stiller Bradley and Alex Lundy

October 19, 2021

FASD Hope is a podcast about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience.

 

Episode 91 shines a spotlight on the Hope Rising Clinic in Bothell, Washington. Hope Rising Clinic is the only clinic in the Washington region that offers comprehensive services for prenatal exposure. Podcast Host, Natalie Vecchione, speaks with Alex Lundy, M.S., CCC-SLP (Clinic Manager) and Michelle Stiller Bradley, M.A., LMHCA (Chief Program Officer) about Hope RISING Clinic. 

 

Michelle Stiller Bradley has worn many hats in her 30 year, social service career: therapist, case manager, forensic child interviewer, child abuse investigator, caseworker, advocate and director. Michelle has a Bachelor's Degree in Social Welfare, A Master's Degree in Counseling and she is pursuing a Doctorate in Healthcare Administration. Michelle currently serves as Chief Program Officer at Wonderland Child and Family Services, where she has worked for over a decade. While overseeing Wonderland's early intervention, Michelle developed a special interest in serving children with prenatal substance exposure. She has channeled this passion, and her personal experience raising a child with FASD, into the developmental of Wonderland's Hope RISING Clinic for Prenatal Substance Exposure, an innovative diagnostic and treatment center for children and families in the greater Seattle area. Michelle is also on the Board of Directors of NOFAS Washington. Her most important job (and hardest by far!) is parenting four children ages 12-23 years.

 

Alex Lundy has been leading a multidisciplinary team providing holistic services to children with prenatal substance exposure and their families. Alex began her career in the field of neurodiversity as a behavior technician for children with autism. She found joy in discovering how to enter a child's world and to teach communication, leading her to pursue a Master's Degree in Speech - Language Pathology at University of Oregon. She has worked in a variety of settings including: early intervention, outpatient clinics and schools. Alex began to notice children in the school system with emotional regulation, social skills and impulse  control - who did not have a diagnosis, but all had something in common... a history of trauma and suspected prenatal substance exposure. A few years later, Alex moved to Seattle, WA and began working at Wonderland Child and Family Services. In 2019, Hope RISING Clinic for Prenatal Substance Exposure opened their doors and Alex jumped at the chance to lead the team and learn more about the invisible disability of FASD!

 

In this HOPE filled conversation, Michelle and Alex discuss the following: the history of Hope RISING Clinic and it's growth in the past year, programs / services / supports offered by Hope RISING, the importance of getting an FASD Diagnosis (if suspected), goals for Hope RISING and words of hope for families of those with FASD.

Hope

RISING 

R - Resources

I - Interventions

S - Support to

I - Inspire

N - Nurture and

G - Grow

 

"God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference."  - The Serenity Prayer

 

EPISODE RESOURCES -

Hope Rising Clinic 

https://hoperisingclinic.org/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/wonderlandchildfamily/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WonderlandChildandFamilyServices

Twitter - https://twitter.com/wonder_families

 

FASD HOPE RESOURCES - 

https://www.fasdhope.com/

natalie@fasdhope.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1

Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope

LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/

Clubhouse - @natalievecc

Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy  BUY IT NOW!

90 - Nevada Families for FASD - A Conversation with Heather Morris

90 - Nevada Families for FASD - A Conversation with Heather Morris

October 12, 2021

FASD Hope is a podcast about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience.

 

Episode 90 features Heather Morris of "Nevada Families for FASD". Heather and Thomas Morris have 9 children, 4 of whom have special needs and 2 of whom have FASD. They started "Sugah Momma's Cookies" to teach job skills to their children with special needs, utilizing Heather's skills as a former pastry chef. After seeing the lack of services and recognition FASD had in Nevada, they began thinking about starting a nonprofit to benefit other families like theirs. It took several years of everything to work out, but today Nevada Families for FASD Awareness is operating and ready to serve their community. 

 

In this hope-filled episode, Heather discusses the following: their family's unique journey, her journey as a parent to a parent advocate, the history of "Nevada Families for FASD", the goals / resources and supports provided by "Nevada Families for FASD" and her words of hope for families and those in the FASD community.

 

EPISODE RESOURCES - 

Nevada Families for FASD -

https://nevadafasd.org/

nffasda@gmail.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/nevada_fasd/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/NevadaFASD

 

Sugah Momma's Cookies - 

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sugahmommascookies/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/sugahmommascookies

sugahmommascookies@gmail.com

 

FASD HOPE RESOURCES - 

https://www.fasdhope.com/

natalie@fasdhope.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1

Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope

LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/

Clubhouse - @natalievecc

Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy  BUY IT NOW!

89 - FASCETS Friday with Suzanne Emery

89 - FASCETS Friday with Suzanne Emery

October 8, 2021

FASD Hope is a podcast series about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience.

 

Twice a month, FASD Hope partners with FASCETS for "FASCETS Fridays". FASCETS Facilitators teach our listeners about a variety of topics related to FASD and other brain-based diagnoses.

 

Episode 89 is the THIRD FASCETS Friday episode featuring Suzanne Emery and this Episode is titled “Receiving a FASD Diagnosis Later in Life". Suzanne Emery has a Master in Leadership Nursing and she is a Family Nurse Practitioner. She is a Certified Facilitator of the FASCETS Neurobehavioral Model and she is a FASCETS Program Director. Suzanne lived in Costa Rica for over 20 years serving families and children at risk. She worked as a resident nurse at a children's home and then as a supervisor of health for a large, child care organization for over 15 years. Suzanne is the founder and lead facilitator for "Created to Be Free: Hope for Families Affected by Alcohol", a project started in 2013. She leads workshops, provides consulting services and facilitates family support groups - all in the area of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, using FASCETS neurobehavioral model. She is a single mother of two wonderful young men; the younger has an FASD. She lives in the Portland area.

This 3rd FASCETS Friday Episode is titled " Receiving a FASD Diagnosis Later in Life" and Suzanne discusses the following: her journeys in parenthood and becoming a FASCETS Facilitator, why receiving a FASD Diagnosis later in life (if one is suspected) an important foundation in the NB model of parenting / caregiving, practical reasons for seeking a diagnosis later in life and words of hope for listeners.

 

EPISODE RESOURCES -

FASCETS

You can contact Suzanne Emery through FASCETS

https://fascets.org/

or suzemery28@gmail.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fascets_inc/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FASCETS

Twitter - https://twitter.com/FASCETS2

 

Neurobehavioral Conditions Including FASD

For Professionals, Caregivers, Parents

Prerequisite: None

6 TUESDAYS
October 5 – November 9, 2021 

12:00pm-2:00pm PT (US and Canada)   

6 two-hour live online sessions 

https://fascets.org/workshops/

NOTE - If you decide to sign up for a FASCETS training, please let FASCETS know that you were referred by FASD Hope (as this helps in supporting us as an organization).

 

FASD HOPE RESOURCES - 

https://www.fasdhope.com/

natalie@fasdhope.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1

Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope

LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/

Clubhouse - @natalievecc

Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy  BUY IT NOW!

88 - Encouraging Your Child - A Conversation with Kathy Kuhl

88 - Encouraging Your Child - A Conversation with Kathy Kuhl

October 5, 2021

FASD Hope is a podcast about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience.

 

Episode 88 welcomes back Kathy Kuhl of Learn Differently. In this episode, titled "Encouraging Your Child", Kathy discusses her book (of the same title) and how it can be a guide book for ANY parent, grandparent, teacher or anyone who wants to provide encouragement to children. Among Kathy's accomplishments include:  publishing 3 books, being a homeschool consultant and the Founder of Learn Differently, presenting at workshops across the US / internationally, leading homeschool groups and serving on the boards of homeschool organizations. Kathy and her husband reside in Virginia and she enjoys reading, traveling, hiking and spending time with her children and grandchildren.

 

In this reassuring and resourceful episode, Kathy discusses the following topics: an update since her last FASD Hope episode, the motivation behind "Encouraging Your Child", encouragement and takeaways for parents. 

 

"Have I not commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; do not be afraid, nor be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go."   - Joshua 1:9

 

EPISODE RESOURCES - 

Kathy Kuhl -

https://www.learndifferently.com/

The Gottman Institute -

https://www.gottman.com/

 

FASD HOPE RESOURCES - 

https://www.fasdhope.com/

natalie@fasdhope.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1

Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope

LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/

Clubhouse - @natalievecc

Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy  BUY IT NOW!

87 - It‘s Been A Year - John and Natalie Vecchione

87 - It‘s Been A Year - John and Natalie Vecchione

September 30, 2021

FASD Hope is a podcast series about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience.

 

John and Natalie Vecchione, co-founders of FASD Hope, share their thoughts, struggles, goals and hopes in Episode 87, titled "It's Been A Year". FASD Hope celebrates it's one year anniversary on October 1, 2021. 

 

"The Lord is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer; My God, my strength, in whom I will trust; My shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold."  - Psalm 18:2

 

FASD HOPE RESOURCES - 

https://www.fasdhope.com/

natalie@fasdhope.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1

Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope

LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/

Clubhouse - @natalievecc

Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy  BUY IT NOW!

86 - ProofCon 2021 - A Conversation with Shauna Feine

86 - ProofCon 2021 - A Conversation with Shauna Feine

September 28, 2021

FASD Hope is a podcast about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience. 

 

Episode 86 highlights the upcoming ProofCon 2021 Virtual Conference and features Shauna Feine of Proof Alliance. This year's ProofCon Conference is the 10th annual FASD Conference of Proof Alliance and will be held online from October 13-15, 2021.  

 

Shauna Feine has been with Proof Alliance for six years as the Senior Training Coordinator. She also serves on the board of directors for the Minnesota Fathers and Families Network (MFFN). Shauna received her Bachelor's of Science Degree from Minnesota University - Manakato, with a focus on neurodevelopmental disabilities, chemical dependency and mental health and she has more than ten years of experience working with individuals with various types of disabilities.

 

In this INFORMATIVE episode, Shauna discusses: the details of ProofCon 2021, keynote speakers, how it’s virtual platform allows for increased accessibility from around the globe, participants are able to access presentations both in real time and through January 2022 and highlights of the upcoming conference.

 

EPISODE RESOURCES

ProofCon2021 Information -

https://www.proofalliance.org/conference/

 

FASD HOPE RESOURCES - 

https://www.fasdhope.com/

natalie@fasdhope.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1

Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope

LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/

Clubhouse - @natalievecc

Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy  BUY IT NOW!

85 - FASCETS Friday with Melissa Elligson

85 - FASCETS Friday with Melissa Elligson

September 24, 2021

FASD Hope is a podcast about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience.

 

FASD Hope is partnering with FASCETS for "FASCETS Fridays", which will air twice a month. FASCETS Facilitators will be teaching our listeners about a variety of topics related to FASD and other brain-based diagnoses.

 

Episode 85 is the SECOND FASCETS Friday episode and features Melissa Elligson. Melissa Elligson is a Certified Facilitator of the FASCETS Neurobehavioral Model and a FASCETS Program Director. She is also a community-based counselor in Roanoke, VA. Melissa holds a Master's Degree from Seton Hall University and she has spent the past twenty years as an advocate, community counselor and trainer. Her passion is working with children and families living with neurobehavioral conditions and providing training on an international level. Melissa became frustrated that traditional models were not working within the community and this brought her Diane Malbin and her journey with FASCETS. Melissa is currently providing training, consultation and family groups. She is also working on developing a community-based diagnostic clinic in Southwest Virginia.

 

This second FASCETS Friday Episode is titled "Brain First and Examining Our Values" and Melissa shares the following: her journey in becoming a FASCETS Facilitator, why thinking 'brain first" and examining our values are a foundation of the FASCETS Neurobehavioral Model, real-life examples of "brain first" and examining our values, how parents / caregivers / educators can start taking small steps in changing their values to make a better fit and words of hope for listeners.

EPISODE RESOURCES -

FASCETS 

You can contact Melissa Elligson through FASCETS

https://fascets.org/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fascets_inc/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FASCETS

Twitter - https://twitter.com/FASCETS2

 

Upcoming FASCETS Workshops / Trainings - 

NEUROBEHAVIORAL CONDITIONS INCLUDING FASD

For Professionals, Caregivers & Parents (Prerequisite - None)

6 TUESDAYS

October 5 – November 9, 2021 

12:00pm-2:00pm PT (US and Canada)   

6 two-hour live online sessions 

https://fascets.org/workshops/

NOTE - If you decide to sign up for a FASCETS training, please let FASCETS know that you were referred by FASD Hope (as this helps in supporting us as an organization).

 

FASD HOPE RESOURCES - 

https://www.fasdhope.com/

natalie@fasdhope.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1

Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope

LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/

Clubhouse - @natalievecc

Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy  BUY IT NOW!

84 - The Accomplice - A Conversation with Melissa Jacobus

84 - The Accomplice - A Conversation with Melissa Jacobus

September 21, 2021

FASD Hope is a podcast series about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience.

 

Episode 84 is an INSPIRATION-FILLED Episode with Melissa Jacobus. Melissa Jacobus has been advocating for her adopted children and the rights of all individuals with FASD since 1998. At the national level, she is a parent advocate and member of the Justice Task Force for the National Organization Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS), serves on the Advisory Committee for FASD Communities and served as a member of the Speakers Bureau for the Centers for Disease Control's FASD Southeast Regional Training Center. In 2019, Ms. Jacobus was inducted into the NOFAS' Tom and Linda Daschle FASD Hall of Fame. Melissa is also active at the state in Georgia. Among her accomplishments, in 2012, she presented at the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Suicide Prevention Program and the Supreme Court of Georgia's Committee on Justice for Children.  In 2013, her work led Governor Deal to designate September 9th as FASD Awareness Day, which has continued under the current governor, Brian Kemp. Melissa co-led the 2018 Atlanta Training on FASD at the State Bar of Georgia. In May 2021, she published a book about FASD advocacy titled, The Accomplice. Melissa received a Bachelor of Science in Broadcasting from the University of Florida. She worked for the Tribune Broadcasting Company and she was awarded the company's highest honor for customer service before resigning in 1997, to devote herself fulltime to raising awareness and understanding FASD. She resides in Atlanta, GA. 

 

In this HOPE-FILLED episode, Melissa explores the following topics: her family's journey, early advocacy efforts, when she shifted from local FASD parent advocate to regional / national advocate, her involvement in the FASD justice conferences, what led her to write her book The Accomplice, the importance of her faith, the living angels in her life and what she hopes readers can take away from her book.

 

"Teach me to do Your will, For You are my God; Your Spirit is good. Lead me in the land of uprightness." - Psalm 143:10

 

CLARIFICATION MESSAGE FROM EPISODE GUEST -

"Guest Melissa Jacobus inadvertently mentioned that she presented with Billy Edwards in Missouri and New Orleans, when in actuality, she presented with Billy Edwards in Mississippi and New Orleans."

 

EPISODE RESOURCES -

You can contact Melissa through the NOFAS website 

https://nofas.org/

The Accomplice by Melissa Jacobus

https://www.amazon.com/Accomplice-Melissa-Jacobus/dp/1665300035/ref=sr_1_1?crid=14TED630GN1J9&dchild=1&keywords=the+accomplice+melissa+jacobus&qid=1632106013&sprefix=The+Accomplice+by+Meli%2Caps%2C178&sr=8-1

 

FASD HOPE RESOURCES - 

https://www.fasdhope.com/

natalie@fasdhope.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1

Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope

LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/

Clubhouse - @natalievecc

Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy  BUY IT NOW!

83 - All About FASD - Professional Insights and Perspectives with Dr. Jerrod Brown

83 - All About FASD - Professional Insights and Perspectives with Dr. Jerrod Brown

September 16, 2021

FASD Hope is a podcast series about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience.

 

September is FASD Awareness Month! Episode 83 kicks off a 4 part, monthly series within FASD Hope titled "All About FASD - Professional Insights and Perspectives” with Dr. Jerrod Brown. This month's topic is FASD and the COVID19 Pandemic. Jerrod Brown, Ph.D., M.A., M.S., M.S., M.S. is a professor, trainer, researcher and consultant with multiple years of experience teaching collegiate courses. Jerrod is also the founder and CEO of the American Institute for the Advancement of Forensic Studies (AIAFS) and the Editor-in-Chief of Forensic Scholars Today (FST). Jerrod has completed four separate master's degree programs and holds graduate certificates in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Other Health Disabilities (OHD) and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI).

 

In this first "All About FASD" episode, Dr. Brown educates the listener about the following topics: the history of his extensive work in the FASD field, implications of the stressors of the COVID19 Pandemic on individuals with FASD (and their families), specific points about FASD and the COVID19 Pandemic, Trauma with the COVID19 Pandemic,  Resources and Tips for Caregivers and Words of Hope and Encouragement. 

 

EPISODE RESOURCES -

Dr. Jerrod Brown - jerrod01234brown@live.com

American Institute for the Advancement of Forensic Studies (AIAFS) https://www.aiafs.com

 

FASD Hope -

https://www.fasdhope.com/

natalie@fasdhope.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1

Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope

LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/

Clubhouse - @natalievecc

Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy  BUY IT NOW!

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