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NOFASD Australia

NOFASD Australia is an independent not-for-profit charitable organisation. They are the national peak organisation representing the interests of individuals and families living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). Their vision is the prevention of alcohol exposed pregnancies in Australia and an improved quality of life for those living with FASD.

rffada

rffada is a national not-for-profit health promotion charity dedicated to prevention and ensuring that individuals affected prenatally by alcohol have access to diagnostic services, support and multidisciplinary management planning in Australia and that carers and parents are supported with a "no blame no shame" ethos.

For general inquiries, call us on (08) 9489 7724, or send us an email to fasd@telethonkids.org.au.

General FASD resources

Evaluation of information and services for parents and carers of children with FASD
The full project report provides the details of a wide range of high quality print, audio-visual and online resources appropriate for the Australian context.  

Living with Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder - A Guide for Parents and Caregivers
Visit the Drug Education Network, Australia website

FASD Model of Care, Government of Western Australia, Department of Health
Model of Care

Australian Indigenous Alcohol and Other Drugs Knowledge Centre
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

National Organisation for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Australia (NOFASD Australia)
Resources and brochures

National Drug Research Institute FASD PosterMaker
The aim of the FASD PosterMaker is to enable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia to produce resources that reflect the shared issues but local differences in addressing alcohol, pregnancy and FASD around the country. It has been developed after consultation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia.

Australian Indigenous Alcohol and Other Drugs Knowledge Centre
Health promotion resources

NT Government Department of Health and Families
'Grog: making the change' Flipchart/DVD

NSW Ministry of Health/Drug and Alcohol Information Service Your Room
Aboriginal resources - FASD

Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council SA
FASD Resources

Women Want to Know NSW Ministry of Health/Drug and Alcohol Information Service/FARE
Information for health professionals advising Aboriginal women about alcohol and pregnancy

Australian Indigenous Alcohol and Other Drugs Knowledge Centre
Health Practice resources


Community alcohol and pregnancy resources

Australian Government: Starting a Family
Starting a Family

Health Direct Australia 
Pregnancy Birth and Baby

Government of Western Australia, Department of Health
Having a Baby

Government of South Australia, Women and Childrens Health Network
Alcohol - effects on unborn child

Government of Western Australia, Drug and Alcohol Office
Alcohol and Pregnancy

Government of Western Australia, Drug and Alcohol Office
Strong Spirit Strong Futures

Australian Government, Department of Health and Ageing
Alcohol and Pregnancy Resources

NSW Ministry of Health/Drug and Alcohol Information Service Your Room
Aboriginal resources - alcohol
Stay strong and healthy it's worth it

NT Government Remote Alcohol and Other Drugs Workforce Program
Yarning about alcohol and pregnancy

These documents and organisations may contain useful information alcohol, pregnancy and FASD. These links do not imply any endorsement, support or commercial gain by the Alcohol, Pregnancy & FASD Research Program or the Telethon Kids Institute.

Strategies parents find helpful in raising their children living with FASD. St Michaels Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Diagnostic Clinic, Toronto, Canada

Using the RIRO Skills & Concepts to Work with Children with FASD prepared by Jennifer Pearson

Better Endings New Beginnings - Voice for FASD (USA)

FASD is forever, frustration is not (USA)

Fetal Alcohol Disorders Society (Canada)

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Support, Training,Advocacy, and Resources

FAS Community Resource Centre (USA)

FASD Links