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A collection of Australian and international videos, websites, online toolkits, booklets, leaflets, fact sheets, reports and policies
This video shares the stories of Indigenous men talking about the risks of drinking in pregnancy and FASD (NSW Health, 2016).
This video shares the stories of Indigenous women talking about the risks of drinking in pregnancy and FASD (NSW Health, 2016).
In this video Dr Stephen Parnish, the Australian Medical Association's vice-president, discusses FASD and the fact there is no safe amount of alcohol that can be consumed while pregnant (2016).
This online paper highlights the challenges and effective stratgies for employment success in Canada. Produced by the Canada FASD Research Network.
This series of 14 Canadian videos providing the perspective of students on strategies for attention difficulties and supporting brain differences. Produced by the British Columbia Ministry of Education.
This website from ABC Reading lists a range of educational Apps for children different ages.
This report was the result of a Churchill Fellowship used to investigate best practices in educating children with FASD. Produced by the Karratha Education Support Centre (2008).
In this video Dr James Fitzpatrick shares a poem about FASD in Aboriginal communities and how families are becoming more aware of the issue. Produced by Telethon Kids Institute (2016).
This innovative video uses puppets and provides a child friendly approach to the issue of consuming alcohol while pregnant. Produced by the Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation and FARE (2013).
This website provides listings of apps for children with special needs.