Evidence-based resources to help educators understand and support children with FASD.

The University of Sydney: Matilda Centre / Learning with FASD Website

The Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use is a multidisciplinary research centre, based in The University of Sydney and is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of people affected by co-occurring substance use and mental disorders.



Spark Digital and The Matilda Centre collaborated to create the Learning with FASD website, an initiative of the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Education Resources. Targeted at primary teachers and principals, the project aimed to raise FASD awareness and provide resources to support educators.

This resource-rich, easy-to-use online portal provided educators with essential knowledge and skills to improve educational outcomes for students affected by FASD.

Image is of a screenshot of the Learning with FASD website


Spark Digital, in collaboration with The Matilda Centre, successfully developed the Learning with FASD website, a comprehensive educational resource for educators addressing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). The website offers a suite of tools including factsheets, videos, webinar links, and guides, designed to help educators recognise, manage, and support students with FASD. Spark Digital also implemented a user-friendly Content Management System (CMS) to facilitate easy content updates and maintenance. Prioritising accessibility, the website was designed to cater to a diverse audience and was optimised for search engines, establishing it as a vital resource for educators in the field of FASD.

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