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National Organisation for FASD Australia

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Welcome to the website of the National Organisation for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (NOFASD) Australia.

Service Providers

The following resources are 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.

FASD Language Guide

The Australian FASD Language Guide suggests respectful language The language we use when talking about FASD is important. The Australian FASD Language Guide suggests respectful language which

FASD Position Statements

The following organisations/agencies have position statements or have made policy recommendations on FASD Australian Medical Association (AMA) – Position Statement Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) 2016

FASD Research Australia CRE

FASD Research Australia Centre of Research Excellence has been established by Australian leaders in FASD research with funding from the National Health and Medical Research

Research Library

FASD Hub Australia maintains a database of all past and present research projects and publications related to alcohol and pregnancy and FASD. Current and past

National FASD Strategy

2018 – 2028 During 2017 the Australian Government Department of Health undertook a range of consultations Australia wide to inform the development of the National

Criminal Justice

The Criminal Justice System One of the most comprehensive global studies of a youth detainee population and an Australian first has indicated that the prevalence

Community Services

Australian and International Resources It is very likely that a high percentage of children and adults with FASD, both diagnosed and undiagnosed, will be clients


Teachers Teachers play a critical role in facilitating best practice that leads to positive learning and life outcomes for students with FASD.  International studies suggest


Health professionals play a key role in effective prevention, diagnosis and management of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. The following resources and links provide current, evidenced

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