When her work allows Georgia can attend training in order to give the view of someone who has successfully coped with barriers that did affect her.
Georgia is 18 and has known that she has been affected by FASD ever since she can remember. She had a difficult start in life and was 15 months old when she and her older sisters were taken into care and she has been successful.
Georgia has lived with FASD and other conditions through her time in mainstream full-time education and is now completing an Apprenticeship in hospitality. She is in a long-term relationship, has a full-time job and passed her driving test at the first attempt. Georgia has appeared on the TV in documentaries about FASD and has more recently spoken to MPs on how FASD has affected her life and contributed in face to face training. She is currently seeking ways to make more people aware of the condition.