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In this area of the site your will find a range of resources, research, brochures and links on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder from Australia and around the world.

The Indigenous HealthInfoNet has a large list of resources which can be found at HealthInfoNet.

Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities

In 2008, Austraia signed the Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities

Read more: Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities

Information for parents and carers

Research

pdfThis document has been produced by FARE .1.31 MB

This website by Dr Barry Stanley has some very interesting information particularly regarding Barry's experience with FASD and his gradual understanding of what it means to have the condition.  rffada recommended

Another website by John Hays with lots of great information about FASD

Books

Alcohol and Pregnancy - A Mother's Responsible Disturbance

Alcohol and Pregnancy - No Blame No Shame

Strategies for Employment Services Specialists

E-Books

Amalgamation of Alcohol and Pregnancy - A Mother's Responsible Disturbance and No Blame No Shame

The link to access and purchase the book via lulu is:

Lulu

You can read it via Adobe Digital Additions or download/sync it to your iTunes Library and sync it to your iPad, iPod or iPhone.

The link to purchase via Apple is:

Apple

Western Australian Model of Care

WA Health has released Western Australia's first blueprint to help prevent and
address Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.

Read more: Western Australian Model of Care

University of Washington Research on Secondary Disabilities

The University of Washington conducted some of the first research into FASD in the world.  This research was completed by Dr Ann Streissguth and is still cited widely when discussing secondary disabilities.

Read more: University of Washington Research on Secondary Disabilities

FASD Toolkit

Communities and organizations can tap into a new online toolkit that includes suggestions for FASD prevention and awareness activities, as well as information on the resources available (in the United States) for children and families impacted by FASD.

Read more: FASD Toolkit

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