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None for nine (2006)

Author

Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council

Publisher

Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council

City

Adelaide, SA

Type

Poster

 

Description

This poster promotes alcohol free pregnancy for all women with the slogan 'none for nine' - nine months of no alcohol. Mixing words with colourful illustrations, the poster uses messages such as 'pregnancy and alcohol don't mix', and briefly describes how alcohol affects an unborn baby's brain. It explains that alcohol exposure in the womb can lead to Feetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). The poster also promotes World FASD day on 9th September each year.

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When to use this resource

This poster can be used to promote World FASD day on September 9th, as well as be used as a tool to raise awareness in the community of the effects of alcohol on unborn babies. The poster can be displayed at community events or at a workshop or information session. Workshops or events could be timed to coincide with World FASD day to add a new focus to the event.

Contact details

Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council
155 Holbrooks Road
Underdale SA 5032
Ph: (08) 8351 9031
Fax: (08) 8352 4546

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Last updated: 21 March 2014
 
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