“Myles Himmelreich, who lives with FASD, says many people don’t understand the daily struggles for people living with FASD. “In school, it was: I was lazy. I wasn’t trying. I didn’t care. And then I would get detention — when in actuality what was happening was, I maybe was struggling with the sensory issues: it was too bright. It was too loud. There was too much going on.”
– CBC News Radio
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