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NOFASD Australia is supported with funding from the Australian Government Department of Health.

Parents, Carers and Families

The effects of FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) vary considerably and it is sometimes referred to as the ‘invisible disability’ as it often goes undetected, whether it be overlooked, ignored, attributed to another known non-genetic condition or even simply blamed on ‘poor’ parenting or post birth environments.

The Effects of FASD

The effects of FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) vary considerably and it is sometimes referred to as the ‘invisible disability’ as it often goes undetected,

Resources

FASD Toolkit for Australian Parents, Caregivers and Families A comprehensive guide with links to many resources to help families navigate FASD in Australia Download Here

Support for Caregivers & Families

For confidential information or support please call our National helpline 1800 860 613 Australian FASD Support groups The staff and family support team at NOFASD

Adults with FASD

Download Download Resources for Families & Professionals Supporting an Adult who has FASD Knowing right from wrong Adult version Clinical Psychologist Dr Vanessa Spiller has

FASD Management, Interventions & Strategies

Early intervention, appropriate support and management have been identified as factors that lead to better outcomes for children with FASD and their families. Evidence-based Interventions

FASD Diagnosis

FASD is often referred to as the ‘invisible disability’ as it often goes undetected, whether it be overlooked, ignored, attributed to another cause or even

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