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The fact sheet "Alcohol and Pregnancy: What you need to know" was developed by a panel of subject matter experts and includes information about how alcohol crosses the placenta, the risks of drinking during pregancy, and advice for a healthy pregnancy. It is available in 10 languages. Arabic

This fact sheet has been designed to assist health professionals in understanding and providing strategies to manage eating problems among children with FASD.

Sleep problems are common among children with FASD and other neurodevelopmental disorders. This fact sheet has been designed to assist health professionals in the assessment and management of sleep problems among individuals with FASD.

This fact sheet has been designed to assist health professionals in understanding the difficulties individuals with FASD may face when interacting and socialising with others.

This guide is intended to suggest language that can be used in conversations, presentations and reports about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in Australia. 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

This information was developed as part of the Making FASD History: Multi-site prevention program. FASD in the justice system summary information FASD in the justice system brochure

Two information sheets have been developed by the project team as part of the Making FASD History: Multi-site prevention program FASD Summary information FASD brochure

This information sheet was produced by the Making FASD History project team as part of the multi-site prevention program. A brochure has also been developed.

This practical education resource is designed to support school leaders, teachers, Aboriginal educators and the broader school community to recognise, understand and work effectively with students living with FASD in schools.

This resource shares the stories of four remarkable young people with different abilities, strengths and journeys. Based on research undertaken by Caris Jalla at Curtin University, Perth