Strategic Plan

Our Vision

The prevention of alcohol exposed pregnancies in Australia and an improved quality of life for those living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)

 

Our Mission

A strong and effective voice for individuals and families living with FASD

 

Our Strategic Priorities

1

Information and support services for individuals and families
To provide current information and appropriate referral services to individuals and families living with FASD.

2

Community engagement
To inform all sectors of the Australian community about the risks associated with fetal alcohol exposure and the lifetime implications of FASD.

3

Education and Training
To develop and deliver high quality evidence-based and practice-based education and training resources to organisations that work with individuals and families living with disability.

4

Policy and advocacy
To advocate on behalf of individuals and families affected by FASD for public policy reforms that will improve the lives of people living with FASD and prevent FASD in the future.

5

Building partnerships
To develop and foster national partnerships with individuals, non-government organisations and all levels of government.

6

Research
To contribute a consumer perspective to FASD research and the development of best-practice in education and training and service delivery responses to FASD in Australia.

 

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