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The language we use has a powerful impact on the way people with FASD are perceived and are treated. This guide is intended to suggest language that can be used in conversations, presentations and reports about FASD in Australia. The use of such language is intended to enhance respectful engagement with those with FASD and their families to reduce the negativity and stigma often associated with FASD.

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Page last updated 6 January 2020