132 - Silent No More - A Conversation with Miranda B.

May 11, 2022

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

May is Foster Care Awareness Month and the voices of those individuals who have been in Foster Care are so CRITICAL in our community. Episode 132 features Miranda B., an adult FASD self-advocate, who was also a youth in Foster Care in British Columbia, Canada. Miranda's journey and story is EXTREMELY important  in the conversation of Foster Care Awareness and Support. Miranda is now an adult living in British Columbia and she is a photographer and runs an online support group for adults with FASD. Through her online support group, she hopes to provide support and encouragement for other adults with FASD. Her goal is to educate and provide awareness of FASD and speaking out about the injustices that face so many youths in Foster Care.



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