Drinking alcohol during pregnancy can result in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) which can cause lifelong disabilities for a person. The damage to the brain can result in developmental delays; problems with learning, behaviour, memory, language and communication skills; and everyday living and socialising skills.




What are we doing


Marulu Strategy


Reducing alcohol consumption in pregnancy

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Improving clinical practice and diagnosis

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Justice scales

FASD and Justice

Understanding legal implications  for a person with a FASD in the justice system

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FASD and Justice Community Reference Group

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Alcohol & Pregnancy & FASD Research Group

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Expressions of interest in 3 new positions commencing January 2015

Research Officer

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Women want to know

The Women Want to Know project includes leaflets, videos and online e-learning for health professionals. Read more









Swap the pub for the bub Be your baby's hero and swap the pub for the bub! Pledge to go alcohol free today because being a good dad begins right now. Visit the Pregnant Pause website to find out more.