Here are some useful links to Genetics Organisations.

The Association of Genetic Support of Australasia - facilitates support for those affected directly or indirectly by genetic conditions throughout Australasia.

Genetic Support Network Victoria is a vibrant and active organisation which aims to maintain a thriving network committed to promoting the interests and well-being of people affected by genetic conditions.

The Genetic Support Council WA (GSCWA) is a not for profit organisation that acts as a peak body for genetic support groups in Western Australia.

Genetic Alliance increases the capacity of genetic advocacy organisations to achieve their missions and leverages the voices of millions of individuals and families living with genetic conditions.

The Canadian Directory of Genetic Support Groups is designed as a resource guide for families and professionals seeking information on genetic support groups in Canada.

UNSW Embryology - An educational resource for learning concepts in embryological development.

IDEAS Inc is a free information & referral service for people with disability, the aged, carers/family & supporters.

EDNA - Education Network Australia (edna) is Australia’s leading online resource collection and collaborative network for the education and training community.

Better Health Channel - The Better Health Channel (BHC) was established in May 1999 by the Victorian (Australia) Government. The information on the site aims to help improve the health and wellbeing of the Victorian community.

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