I Help Families
Aubrey Page is an FASD educator, disability advocate, and a parent mentor.
Aubrey has been a treatment-level foster parent for 3 years and noticed many of her kids had similar symptoms that were not exactly trauma. As one of her children got diagnosed with a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, her eyes were open to the prevalence of this disability. When she requested a trainer come to Cincinnati to spread the word, she found out that the need for training and support was expansive. After months of training from world-leaders in the FASD community, she started training and advocating to anyone and everyone who would listen. In 2020, she has dozens of trainings and events planned to educate the community about the most common form of developmental disabilities in America.
I speak all over the region, but here are a few of my most recent events:
- Focus on Youth Foster Parents & Staff
- Live-Work-Play-Cincinnati Coalition
- Cradle Cincinnati
- St. Joseph's Staff
- Ohio FASD Steering Committee Regional Training
- Free & Public Monthly Trainings