Ann Yurcek and Becca

Ann Yurcek started
out as “just” the mom
of five children.

All that changed in 1989...

Tiny Titan Journey of Hope





Ann's favorite fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) resources.

Facebook Caregiver Support Groups

Parenting FASD Kids and Parenting FASD Teens and Adults are places to share what works with persons affected by an FASD. A place where struggling caregivers can come and get ideas, tips, support, etc. Nothing is concrete for each individual person, but what worked for some of us, might help you.

Our goal is to raise kids who are effected by FASD to be successful adults, and for parent warriors to stay sane in the midst of trauma. We are here to share our experiences with you. Take what fits your situation and use it. We hope to bless your family! Our groups are ONLY FOR CAREGIVERS of persons with FASD. Thank you all for respecting that. Ann Yurcek and Terri Quinn

Pinterest FASD Support Group
Stay Updated
  • Subscribe to #FASD and #Fetal Alcohol at Twitter to get the latest tweets
  • Visit the FASD Book Store to reveiw new and current books on FASD.
Valuable Discussion on FASD List Serves
  • FASlink for individuals, parents, professionals who deal with FASD.
  • Olderfas mail list support list for parents & mentors of adults with FASD
  • You will find additional groups on Yahoo groups - please search FASD, FAS or Fetal Alcohol
Favorite Parent Run Websites
  • Better Endings New Beginnings is a non-profit organization that provides hope for children, teens, and adults living, laughing, learning and loving through the challenges of alcohol exposure before birth — fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).through PAWS, Live Abilities and Braided Cord Strategies.
  • Toolbox Parent - a joint effort by Deb Fjeld and Jodee Kulp to provide tools and tips for children and adults with atypical behavior.
  • Parenting FASD kids - by Terri Quinn
  • Fetal Alcohol Community Resource Center operated by Arizona FASD advocate Teresa Kellerman, is a HUGE, creative site with many national and international links! You will meet many children and adults living with FASD.
  • FASworld Canada is a pro-active, non-profit organization dedicated to telling the FASD story and is linked to other FASD organizations around the world. Let us know how you can help.
  • “Living with FASD: A Guide for Parents and Caregivers.”
    Written by Vicki Russell, a member of the FASlink.
  • FASDay or International Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Day has been celebrated around the world on Sept. 9 since 1999.
Professional Organization Sites on FASD
Online Classes to Learn More and Get FASD Certified
  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Certificate - Digital Campus at the University of Duluth Minnesota, UMD Continuing Education Certificate Program
  • FASD Center for Excellence Online Course The course is free to the public. This course provides an overview of risk factors for fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD), its signs and symptoms, and prevention and treatment methods. The course includes seven modules that can be studied at your own pace. You can complete one or more modules based on your needs.
  • 4 Digit Diagnostic Online Course - University of Washington - FADU - The 4-Digit Code has been practiced by interdisciplinary diagnostic teams across the U.S. and Canada since 1997 with documented high performance. This online course includes case studies, animations, practice sessions and self-assessment.
Fun Parent Blogs
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Tiny Titan is the inspirational story of
a family’s triumph over adversity.

2006-2013 Ann Yurcek | Revised 9/9/2013