The Russell Family Fetal Alcohol Disorders Association (rffada) is a national not-for-profit health promotion charity dedicated to prevention and ensuring that individuals living with FASD or at risk of fetal alcohol exposure have access to diagnostic services, post diagnostic multidisciplinary management planning and parent peer support.

RFFADA produced the first prevention video for mainstream Australians. Thanks to the Alaska Mental Health Trust for letting us use their format.

rffada PREVENTION VIDEO

For all media and other enquiries contact Elizabeth [Anne] Russell on 0412 550 540 or email at elizabeth@rffada.org
For all comments on news items and resources, contact Vicki Russell on 0400 133 107 or email vickFASD@gmail.com




EUFASD News 25 September 2022

University of Salford – UK registers remarkable presence at the EUFASD 2022 conferenceThe much-awaited 6th European FASD conference was held in Arendal, Norway from the 12th to 14th September, after two years of delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic.https://hub.salford.ac.uk/fasd/2022/09/22/uk-registers-remarkable-presence-at-the-eufasd-2022-conference/ Government of Yukon (Canada) – Statement from Minister of Health and Social Services on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder […]

EUFASD News 14 Sep 2022

Nordic Welfare Center – How to strengthen the focus on children affected by prenatal alcohol exposure to help them lead a good life?The primary focus of this report is the post-pregnancy period and the support and follow-up for children born with prenatal alcohol exposure, and their families.https://nordicwelfare.org/en/publikationer/how-to-strengthen-the-focus-on-children-affected-by-prenatal-alcohol-exposure-to-help-them-lead-a-good-life/ Government of Northwest Territories (Canada) – September is FASD Awareness […]

EUFASD News 29 Aug 2022

The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland – Supporting Community Nurses and MidwivesThis is the sixth and final blog in the series presenting key elements from Professor Moira Plant’s forthcoming report. So, what do health professionals want?  More initial education, continuing professional development and other training around alcohol, preconception/interconception health, pregnancy and FASD would be great place to […]