Working to support children and families living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Date produced 26 September 2019

Join this panel of interdisciplinary experts for a discussion about the relationship between social, community and service factors and child wellbeing for families living with FASD. This webinar is a joint production of the Mental Health Professionals' Network (MHPN) and Emerging Minds. It is part of the Working Better Together Online Conference 2019 hosted by the MHPN.

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 Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Jonny's story be better equipped to:

  • describe how fetal alcohol spectrum disorder affects children and families across the lifespan
  • describe best practice support and referral processes for children and families living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder
  • identify the relationship between social, community and service factors for children and families living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.


Review the panel of interdisciplinary experts’ bios.:

  • Professor Elizabeth Elliott AM, (Paediatrician, NSW)
  • Dr Sara McLean (Psychologist, South Australia)
  • Ms Sue Miers AM (Child and Family Partner, Emerging Minds, South Australia)


  • Mr. Daniel Moss  (Emerging Minds, South Australia)

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