Foster mum's diary


I'm so proud of Andy who turned 26 this week. He came to me as a foster child aged 9 and already had a diagnosis of FASD – he was told he would amount to nothing...

Look at what he has achieved.

Now he is a member of the National FASD Advisory Committee, Advising the NOFAS-UK Transistions to Adulthood Project.

Andy also worked in Uganda as a volunteer football coach, helping children develop their physical skills, while gaining self-confidence.

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