Information you might not know about pregnancy, breastfeeding and alcohol
This brochure provides evidence-based information about pregnancy, breastfeeding, and alcohol.
Information you might not know about pregnancy and alcohol
This brochure provides evidence-based information about the effects of drinking alcohol during pregnancy and while breastfeeding. This brochure is available in a range of languages.
For Alcohol and Drug Workers (brochure)
This resource provides guidance on how to talk about alcohol use and pregnancy, withdrawal management and referral networks for specialist antenatal care services.
Support for becoming alcohol-free during pregnancy (brochure)
This resource provides information about what to do if you are finding it difficult to stop drinking alcohol during pregnancy.
For Out of Home Carers and Providers (brochure)
This resource provides information about supporting children and young people who may have Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), and referral pathways for diagnosis.
For Out of Home Carers and Providers (poster)
This poster can be printed and displayed in out of home care services. It provides key information about alcohol and pregnancy.
We’d love to hear from you
We are conducting a survey to evaluate these resources and we’d love to hear your views. Let us know what you think and you’ll go in the draw to win one of four $75 e-gift cards.
This study titled Consumer perceptions of alcohol and pregnancy health education materials has been approved by the University of Adelaide’s Human Research Ethics Committee (Approval Number: H-2022-153)