Jeff Noble is an advocate, trainer and coach for caregivers who deal with the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Over the course of four years he’s been a foster parent, front line staff and an FASD coordinator for a private agency in the greater Toronto area. In 2009, he completed the FASD Certificate program from the Child Welfare Institute at the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto. In 2010, he founded www.fasdforever.com a website in which he shares his experience with FASD and related matters. In just one year his site has reached the first page of Google and his community on Facebook has over 1,200 fans. He releases his new e-book ‘Making Sense of the Madness, a FASD Survival Guide’ on March 1, 2012.