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About the author:
coach | consultant | speaker | entrepreneur
Jeff is the Founder and CEO of Noble Initiatives, an organization that provides hope and education to people caring for someone living with a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) through online applications and in-person training sessions, demonstrations and consultations. He is also the creator of the Caregiver Kick Start!, an online coaching program that offers education and support to FASD caregivers through live coaching calls, online learning modules and other leading FASD experts.
Making Sense of the Madness
An FASD Survival Guide
Jeff thought he knew all about FASD... until he started parenting a teenager with it!
Jeff and his partner, Tara had been front line staff for many years and both felt they had the tools and experience to successfully parent a special needs teen and still be able to manage their home, relationship, friends and day-to-day life. They were wrong.
Through a ton of mishaps, wrong turns, failed attempts and the occasional win, Jeff and Tara were able to keep their heads above water until eventually discovering a few key principles that changed their lives.
Making Sense of the Madness: An FASD Survival Guide will provide readers with key principles and 'lightbulb moments' of discovery that will make positive changes in the way they understand, interpret and support individuals affected by an FASD.
"Your book is terrific. I also find myself pulled up short and realizing I am also expecting too much of David at times. The book is a great review and reality check for me." -Bruce Ritchie, FasLink
"I wanted to take some time to congratulate you on your wonderful book. It has almost become a Bible for me! And honestly, I think it will help my family to understand my children." - Julie, Caregiver Kick Start! Participant
"Just started reading the book! I could have written it. It's my life!" - Kerry, Caregiver Kick Start! Participant
- Publication Date:
- 1514735040 / 9781514735046
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Education / Professional Development