Individuals with FASD require appropriate services that are tailored for their unique strengths and challenges. Evidence shows that AOD substance use is unfortunately a secondary condition that can develop for individuals with FASD, especially if an individual has not had the benefit of appropriate, FASD-informed supports at an early age. Accordingly, NOFASD Australia congratulates our […]

NOFASD Podcasts

Oct28 #19 Strengths with Kelly Skorka Oct21 Pregnancy and Alcohol: The Surprising Reality

CJ Lutke’s Blog

Apr27 STRANGERS IN A STRANGE PLACE – MEMORY & FASD “When you plant lettuce, if it does not grow well, you don’t blame the lettuce.”  … Aug24 A JOURNEY TO HEALING “Our stories are not meant for everyone. Hearing them is a privilege, and we should … Feb24 ORIGIN STORIES AND DESTINATIONS ORIGIN STORIES AND […]

Mama Maremma’s Blog

Nov23 MANAGING OVERWHELM AT CHRISTMAS Prepare yourself… the world is about to change!  December is a time of frantic shoppers, once-a-year social visits, flashing lights, bright decorations, loud and often … Oct07 ISOLATION TIME OUT I think that I would be mirroring the thoughts of many who care for someone living with FASD, when I […]

NOFASD Australia Blog

Jul22 A Sister’s Story My brother and I were adopted into a loving family over 50 years ago. My brother is 52 years old and has caused our family … Mar29 THE SENATE INQUIRY SERIES: SENATE INQUIRY FINDINGS On 9 September 2019, International FASD Awareness Day, an inquiry was referred to the Senate Community Affairs References Committee into effective approaches to prevention […]