Four videos with messages from Aboriginal health workers, mothers, fathers and young people about the risk of drinking alcohol during pregnancy and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) for:
Women and community – Aboriginal health workers and women who have personal experience of FASD promote the importance of not drinking alcohol during pregnancy or when breastfeeding, and seeking professional support.
Men – uses humour to raise Aboriginal men’s awareness of FASD and how they can support their pregnant partner by not drinking alcohol during the pregnancy.
Young people – uses humour to raise the awareness FASD and the risk of drinking alcohol during pregnancy and when breastfeeding.
Health professionals – a guide for discussing alcohol with Aboriginal pregnant women, assessing risk to mother and baby and providing appropriate advice in a culturally sensitive environment.