Open Doors Navigation System


NOFASD Australia provides information and resources to a range of interest groups including:

  • Parents and carers
  • Teachers
  • Health professionals
  • Justice workers
  • Child protection workers

In this section of the website we share information from national and international sources, as well as, NOFASD Australia resources.

Please contact us if you are looking for information that is not currently available on our website or if you have suggestions for other useful links.

What is FASD?

Find out more about FASD, including the diagnoses that come under the FASD spectrum, the lifetime implications of FASD, and strategies to improve the quality of life of individuals and families living with FASD.

NOFASD Australia Resources

Useful resources to raise awareness in your community about the risks of drinking alcohol during pregnancy and to help prevent fetal alcohol exposure.

Fact sheets

NOFASD Australia has a series of fact sheets designed to support parents and carers through the assessment and diagnosis process and to explain common behavioural symptoms associated with FASD and strategies to support individuals with FASD to achieve their true potential.


A short list of frequently asked questions that we often get asked via our FASD support service, with a particular focus on what to do if you think your child may have FASD.

FASD Support Groups

Some useful links to a range of national and international organisations that offer support services to individuals and families living with FASD.

Multi-Media Resources and Books

A selection of print media, short films, documentaries, radio interviews and campaigns, e-learning series and books about FASD and the prevention of fetal alcohol exposure.

Useful links

Some helpful links to national and international websites containing FASD information and resources for parents and carers, health professionals and service providers.

Latest news

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We are inspired every day by the personal stories of individuals and families living with FASD. Help advocate for an improved quality of life for people living with FASD by sharing the highs and the lows of your personal story and strategies that others may find useful.

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