The aims and objectives of the rffada are:

  1. To establish diagnostic centres in major locations across Australia
  2. To educate and train key individuals and organisations
  3. To support, educate and care for birth, foster and adoptive parents using a “no blame no shame” ethos
  4. To assist the rffada partners to achieve their aims and objectives in the prevention, education and support of people living with FASD


Our vision is to have FASD-specific services available for all those who require them and to support raising awareness of the consequences of alcohol consumption during pregnancy.


The mission of the rffada is to provide information, training and education to increase the capacity of communities, organisations and individuals to support those people living with FASD to live to their full potential.


Education – Awareness – Support