The Essential Bridge

linking those with lived experience with researchers and clinicians.

Opening doors into FASD awareness.

Alcohol & Pregnancy

What is FASD?
What is a safe amount to drink?
and Related Resources

Parents, Carers & Families

Characteristics, Behaviours, Diagnosis, Management and Support

Service Providers

Health, Community Services, Education, Criminal Justice and the National FASD Action Plan

Education & Training

Parents & Carers, Service Providers, School Communities, Webinars & Online Courses

What is FASD?

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is the term used to describe the lifelong physical and/or neurodevelopmental impairments that can result from fetal alcohol exposure. FASD is a condition that is an outcome of parents either not being aware of the dangers of alcohol use when pregnant or planning a pregnancy, or not being supported to stay healthy and strong during pregnancy.

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Do you have questions about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder? Would you like to speak to someone confidentially?

Supporting the cause!

Amazing organisations and people continue their support. Thank you to:

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NOFASD acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live, and recognise their continuing connection to the land, water and community. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.



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People living with FASD often have difficulties with emotion regulation and require extra support in this area. Having discussions about which...


NOFASD is pleased to announce that Professor Elizabeth Elliott AM has joined us as a Board Member and Dr Svetlana Popova has become an International...


Finally, it is the New Year and like many FASD families, ours has just struggled through the hardest time of the year… Christmas. In addition to...


Raising children with disabilities can be challenging and rewarding,...

Please share with your networks - this is a great opportunity for the voices and experiences of those with #FASD to be heard. The goal is to help improve the justice system. #Hope

Today we launch #drinklesslivemore, our new campaign highlighting the devastating link between alcohol and cancer, to help Australians make more informed decisions about what they drink:

The alcohol industry has spent millions glamourising drinking. We need these hard hitting effective campaigns more often to help people to be informed & to support people to make change - @janemartinopc, Alcohol Policy Mgr @CancerVic & Co-Chair @ACTIONonALCOHOL #drinklesslivemore

When it comes to cancer there is no safe level of alcohol consumption. We hope through this campaign people will start to consider alternatives or a reduction in how much they drink - @ToddHarperAUS, CEO Cancer Council Victoria #drinklesslivemore

Monthly crime stats released by NT Police. Alcohol-related assaults reduced by 7.8% in last 12 months...check out more stats here @AlcoholDrugFdn @FAREAustralia @AADANT1

Australians have a right to know alcohol damages our bodies #drinklesslivemore

@tamrache99 @NOFASDAustralia Your phrase “anxiety and inability to process” as the perfect storm explains so well why #suicide is part of the #FASD #PinkElephant Thank you.

Today marks 11 years since the national apology to the Stolen Generations. In 2019, too many of our children are being removed from their families. To dramatically reverse the rate of Indigenous children in out of home care, we need to be part of the solutions.

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