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Category: FASD

Jessica has over 5 years experience working directly with FASD and is currently in the final stages of completing her PhD in Educational Interventions for Children with FASD at Loughborough University. She comes to FASD from an academic background having spoken at 10 international conferences, but sought to gain a practical understanding and real life experience of the condition to enable her to best support those living with FASD. This led to her role as Assistant Director of Operations at CAMP – A FASD Community, America’s first residential summer camp dedicated to serving individuals with FASD, as well as her role as FASD Advisor for FASD Hub Scotland. Jessica recently launched the UK’s first FASD specific podcast, Spotlight on FASD, with friend and colleague Clare Devanney-Glynn.

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Clare Devanney-Glynn is the mother of three teens with FASD. Clare has spent the last four years navigating the world of FASD and the previous decade navigating motherhood not knowing that she was even in the world of FASD. Clare sits on the very first NICE Quality Standards panel in the UK and she has a passion for all things FASD, Developmental Trauma and Adoption. She discovered very quickly that she needed to become her children’s FASD expert and has since continued her mission in parent advocacy.

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