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 12 June 2022

EUFASD – EUFASD 2022 Registration is OpenWelcome to EUFASD 2022! in the charming town of Arendal in Southern Norway! The first Regional Competence Center for children with prenatal alcohol/drug exposure in the Nordic countries is proud to host this exciting cutting-edge conference for the first time in Norway.https://www.eufasd.org/EUFASD2022/index.php University of Eastern Finland (Finland) – Pregnant women’s drinking […]

EUFASD News 29 May 2022

NZ Herald (New Zealand) – Neurological disabilities at the centre of appeal for teenage killer Haami HanaraLawyers of teenage killer Haami Hanara say his diagnosis of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder could be the key to determining if he was fit to stand trial for the 2018 murder of Kelly Donner.https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/neurological-disabilities-at-the-centre-of-appeal-for-teenage-killer-haami-hanara/MZUFVMJVTGKAT3K5PK24ZHE6GU/ BC Gov News (Canada) – B.C. improves […]

EUFASD News 15 May 2022

The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland (Scotland) – FASD is becoming more of a concern for community nurses and midwivesIn March 2022, the Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland conducted an online survey about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). This was a Year 1 activity of Healthier Pregnancies, Better Lives (HPBL) – a QNIS programme supported by Cattanach and […]