An introduction to the campaign and how you can help
Support your employees and customers in going alcohol-free during pregnancy with the latest advice and guidance.
Drinking alcohol during pregnancy can cause Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) which is a range of lifelong disabilities, such as problems in social understanding, learning difficulties, brain damage, heart defects, and below-average height and weight. It’s entirely preventable if the unborn baby isn’t exposed to alcohol in the womb. You can find out more information about FASD here.
We’re asking all types of businesses, whether you’re a self-employed hairdresser or large organisation, to get involved and help spread the word to your employees and customers so we can end new cases of FASD.
We’ve produced plenty of resources to help you to spread the word to your employees and customers to encourage healthy pregnancies in your workplace, including posters, intranet graphics, social graphics, and many more, so you’ll be armed with all the information you need
Please share your activity with us on social media to help spread the word further or send photos to email@example.com
A selection of social media assets for you to post on your channels
Graphics to post on your intranet (contact firstname.lastname@example.org for other sizes)
A4 posters to print and put up in your office
A selection of resources to help you to run a learning session with your employees
An informational booklet about the impacts of drinking alcohol during pregnancy and advice for parents-to-be
A leaflet providing more information about the FASD prevalence study
I am a Maternity matron and passionate about FASD education.
NHS Trust, Worceser
To give advice and provide support.
Drug and Alcohol Service, Hyde
Healthcare, NHS Manchester
I’m a welfare champion for my organisation and would like raise awareness of FASD and encourage healthy pregnancies amongst staff
Global Footwear Brand, Bury
I’m a trainee child-psychotherapist and I’m keen to learn more about FASD so I can support clients who might have the challenges of living with either diagnosed or undiagnosed FASD.
Consultion service for addictions, luxembourg
GP Practice, Sheffield
I am the Lead Alcohol Specialist Nurse at MRI
We want to encourage healthier happier pregnancies and babies.
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