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The core message of this national campaign by The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) is that every moment matters in pregnancy. The campaign website includes resources and FAQs for those who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy, partners, friends, family, and health professionals.

The Alcohol and Other Drugs Knowledge Centre has published a collection of resources on FASD among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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 pregnancy, and advice for a healthy pregnancy. It is available in 10 languages. Arabic

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 online learning module for midwives looks at asking questions about alcohol use, brief interventions, and use of the AUDIT-C screening tool. Produced by the Telethon Kids Insititute (2016).

A series of fact sheets produced by NOFASD Australia that provide an overview of FASD over the life course and explore some of the issues faced by those living with FASD, such as impulse control, memory, sensory issues, sleeping and eating.

This video reports on the development of tools to assess the level of drinking in pregnant women in Australia. Produced by Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (2009).

This video from the WA Department of Health advises that not drinking alcohol during pregnancy is the safest option as per the Australian guidelines (2011).

Video aimed at supporting Aboriginal women to reduce and/or quit drugs and alcohol. Produced by the Australian Alcohol and Drug Foundation and the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (2015).