What is FASD?
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a diagnostic term for severe neurodevelopmental impairments (you may see these as difficulties with physical activities, speech, memory and behaviour) that result from an acquired brain injury caused by alcohol exposure before birth. See Understanding FASD for more information.
Understanding FASD fundamentals
Answering common questions Alcohol & FASD
Information provided on the FASD Hub is for educational purposes only and is not meant to substitute for the advice of a doctor or other health professional. You must not rely on this website as an alternative to seeking an appointment with a health professional. If you have concerns about your own health or that of your children, consult with a registered and qualified health professional.
Benefits of a diagnosis
Information on the diagnostic process for parents and carers
Advice on getting a referral for a FASD assessment
Learn about the process for a FASD assessment
What you need to know about the next steps after receiving a FASD diagnosis
Locate FASD-informed services
Find clinics and individual health professionals with FASD experience and training