Bruce Munro (12 oct 2020) ‘Hungover for Life’. Otago Daily Times NZ
Anne Elspeth Rector (9 March 2019) ‘Province needs to increase support’ The Intelligencer. Rector writes: Mere tips of this trauma-filled iceberg as education, healthcare and criminal justice are impacted by unaddressed challenges. Which flags under-funding of parents trying to maximize kids’ potential – and minimize future community burdens; most having adopted with no inkling FASD would upend their lives (and many adopt several children). As one parent remarked; “our kids have the highest prevalence among disabilities and deserve quality of life… there’s not one kid that’s unreachable.” The Intelligencer.
Sapolsky RM (14 March 2019) ‘The real advantage the rich have in getting into college is biological.’ Los Angeles Times. If you grow up in poverty, rather than in comfort, by kindergarten you’re likely to be lagging behind average in the development of the frontal cortex.
Innovation (16 Jan 2019) ‘Many non-disabled people who work in disability consider themselves experts’ Silicon Republic