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FASD PosterMaker [Mobile application software]

by National Drug Research Institute, The Frontier Group

Electronic source
Year 2014
Publisher Appszoom
Last update 2014
Source url Click here to view source url


FASD PosterMaker is a free, easy to use app, designed to make locally relevant and culturally appropriate resources on Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).

FASD PosterMaker comes with pre-loaded messages and images that can be used to create local health promotion resources.

It includes:

  • a library of evidence-based text messages around prevention, safety, symptoms, responsibility, and healthy lifestyles
  • a library of images to choose from to reflect the messages chosen for the created resources
  • the ability to add your own text and images for use in the resources
  • videos to show you how to create resources
  • a colour palette to choose colours appropriate for your setting
  • links to information on alcohol, pregnancy and FASD
  • the ability to give feedback on how to improve the app.

The FASD PosterMaker is available to download as a web app for computer users, or as an app from the Apple iTunes store for iPad.

The FASD PosterMaker was developed by the Frontier Group for the National Drug Research Institute (NDRI) at Curtin University as part of the National Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Resources Project, and was developed with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia.

Funding for this project was provided by the former Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing under the National Drug Strategy. NDRI is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Substance Misuse Prevention and Service Improvement Grants Fund.

Abstract adapted from the National Drug and Research Institute (NDRI)



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