Earlier this year, a grass roots effort was started by a woman in Hamilton county, aimed at starting a local FASD support group for caregivers to someone living with FASD. The original plan was to start a face-to-face group. To gather interest, a Facebook group was created.

Then came COVID-19.

The group is still wanted to provide caregivers with a helpful, supportive environment. That could look like a virtual group, or it could be “wait until we can meet face to face.”

If you’re interested in something like this, please:

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