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FASD Prevention and Health Promotion Resources

Menzies School of Health Research

Menzies School of Health Research, in partnership with the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation and the Telethon Kids Institute, developed and implemented a flexible, modular package of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Prevention and Health Promotion Resources (FPHPR). The FPHPR Package aims to prevent and reduce the impact of FASD in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and young children by providing health professionals with access to culturally appropriate resources to enhance their capacity to provide accurate, consistent information on the risks associated with alcohol consumption during pregnancy. These resources are intended to be delivered via face to face training.

This work was funded by the Australian Government Department of Health.

If you are having difficulty accessing these files, please contact: MOTHERSANDBABIES@health.gov.au for an alternate version to be sent to you.


IntroductionTraining Modules 1 - 4 are provided as PDF documents on this site. To use in your workshop you can export the document to PowerPoint.

Module 1: What is FASD?

Module 2: Brief intervention and motivational interviewing

Module 3: Monitoring and evaluating

Module 4: Sharing health information

FPHPR Project Participant Workbook

FPHPR Facilitator Manual

FPHPR Project Resources Directory

FPHPR Project Final Report

Page last updated 14 May 2019