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A collection of Australian and international videos, websites, online toolkits, booklets, leaflets, fact sheets, reports and policies
An online guide for parents and carers to help prepare and plan to access services in Western Australia. Produced by WA Individualised Services.
Overview video of the project to end FASD in the Pilbara region. Produced by the Telethon Kids Institute and BHP (2016).
An online toolkit comprising videos and resources for teachers produced by the NOFAS UK.
These TV advertisements were developed by the WA Department of Health Drug & Alcohol Office (2012).
This NSW Law Reform Commission final report investigates the opportunities to enhance diversion at all stages of the criminal justice system for people with cognitive and mental health impairments (2007).
This mobile app is designed to help tell a child that they have FASD. Produced by the FASD Trust UK.
This video highlights the prevention, diagnosis and interventions related to FASD as part of the Marulu Prevention Strategy in Western Australia. Produced by the Telethon Kids Institute (2012).
This video TED talk highlights the story of prevention, diagnosis and intervention of FASD in regional WA. Produced by the Telethon Kids Insititute (2014).
This video shows health professionals in the Fitzroy Valley providing screening tools for FASD for local children. Produced by the Telethon Kids Insititute (2016).
This video highlights the damage alcohol use during pregnancy can have on the child. Produced by the Apunipima Cape York Health Council (2007).