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National FASD has compiled the first comprehensive toolkit for Midwives and their wider Maternity Teams based on best practice to help them discuss with pregnant women the risks of harm from prenatal alcohol exposure.
Bulk orders are available for local areas (ICBs, Healthboards, local authorities etc), please contact email@example.com for more information or to discuss your needs. National FASD is grateful to the National FASD Experts Committee and our specialist committee of midwives, including Laney Holland, Lianne Amos, Louise Burns, Tisian Lynskey-Wilkie, Jennifer Michaels, Joanne Poskitt, Debbie Reid and Jessica Rayson who reviewed these materials.
This CPD-accredited E-course is free to access for Maternity Teams and contains the most up to date guidance for practitioners. It includes case studies and interactive techniques to maintain engagement and aims to build confidence and knowledge around alcohol in pregnancy.
The Course contains the following
These reversible posters have space for local contacts and are suitable for various settings and are aimed at different audiences including:
The Z cards are designed to give practitioners facts quickly and could be used to refresh prior to an appointment.
This leaflet is designed to meet Statement 1 of NICE Quality Standard 204. It is for use with pregnant women or for the general public. It explains:
This tabletop guide is designed to aid practitioners navigate conversations around alcohol and pregnancy.
The bunting and balloons are for use in awareness raising and are suitable in settings for both pregnant women as well as for the general public. The bunting includes the alcohol and pregnancy logo and the #WhyRiskIt hashtag. The balloons display the alcohol and pregnancy logo.
These banners are suitable for use in a wide range of settings for pregnant women as well as the general public.