Marulu Strategy - Making FASD History!

Marulu Strategy - Making FASD History!

Marulu, a Bunuba word meaning precious, worth nurturing, is a community initiative to overcome Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and Early Life Trauma (ELT) in the Fitzroy Valley. The Fitzroy Valley Community is driving a comprehensive response to the identified high numbers of children and families impacted by FASD and ELT. Explore the Marulu Knowledge Hub to find out more about FASD to build your own knowledge and understandings and access a range of resources designed to support families, communities and carers impacted by FASD throughout different phases of their life.

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Marulu Strategy

This strategy document sets out the broad objectives of the Marulu Strategy. The strategy intersects with a range of organisations across the health, education, employment, child protection and family support, police and juvenile justice sectors.

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Marulu Strategy Overview

This Overview presents the Vision, Purpose, Values, Principles, Goals and Priorities of the Marulu Strategy.

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FASD Resource for Teachers

Fostering professional learning communities to support children and young people living with FASD

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