Join us on Thursday for a conversation with two dynamic individuals, Myles Himmelreich and Kathy Hotelling. Myles grew up living with FASD. He was bounced around in Canada’s foster system until the age of 3, when he found his forever home with the Himmelreich family. Today he is an author and motivational speaker, and he co-led a ground-breaking study on the health and physical issues of adults living with FASD. Kathy, a licensed psychologist, is co-founder and board chair of NC Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Informed. Most importantly, she is the mother of a 26-year-old daughter with FASD. As such, Kathy has had the immense satisfaction of seeing her daughter mature and develop a full and productive life.
Thursdays with NAMI starts at 7pm and is free and open to all, but registration is required. To register and view the schedule for future sessions, please click HERE.