The impact of pre-natal exposure to alcohol is a serious concern relevant in both domestic and international adoptions. Statistics suggest that approximately 70% of children in foster care are affected by some type of prenatal alcohol exposure. Although not everyone prenatally exposed to alcohol will have FASD, it is important that adoptive parents and prospective adoptive parents become familiar with the symptoms of this disorder.
Through the Center for Adoption Support & Education (C.A.S.E.), Barb Clark, adoptive mother and trainer with the Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (MOFAS) will provide a brief overview of the FASD basics, identify red flags parents should be aware of, and explore interventions for parents.
(LIVE) Thurs, February 19, 2015 1:00 -2:30 pm Eastern
Extended Access: February 20-25, 2015
Thanks to Jockey Being Family, Jockey Int'l, the first 300 registrations for this month's webinar are FREE!
COUPON CODE: FASD101