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.
Reducing alcohol consumption in pregnancy
Improving clinical practice and diagnosis
Understanding legal implications for a person with a FASD in the justice system
FASD and Justice Community Reference Group
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The Women Want to Know project includes leaflets, videos and online e-learning for health professionals. Read more
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.