NOFASD Australia Resources

NOFASD Australia have resources available to community groups and professionals to raise awareness about the risks of drinking alcohol during pregnancy and to provide a better understanding of FASD. These resources are available for free to download by clicking on the title, and we are happy to mail you a limited number of hard copies for just a nominal charge for postage and handling.

***NEW***'An alcohol-free pregnancy' Information Card

Orders for up to 50 printed copies can be made by email.  A nominal charge will be made for postage and handling.  Enquire now or click on the title to download.

‘Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders – The Preventable Disability’ Brochure

Orders for up to 30 printed copies can be made by email. A nominal charge will be made for postage and handling. Enquire now or click on the title to download.

‘Alcohol and Pregnancy’ Poster

Orders for up to five printed copies can be made by email. A nominal charge will be made for postage and handling. Enquire now or click on the title to download

'Alcohol & Pregnancy' Brochure'

***Limited stock available.***  Orders for up to 50 printed copies cay be made by email.  A nominal charge will be made for postage and handling.  Enquire now.

We are always looking to improve the content of our information and resources and value your feedback. If you have any suggestions about information that you would like us to make available please contact us.


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