Prenatal Exposure for
Those Considering Adoption
Should you adopt a child who has been exposed prenatally to alcohol or drugs?
Should you adopt a child who has been exposed prenatally to alcohol or drugs? What are the short and long term impacts of drinking during pregnancy or use of methamphetamines, opioids, methadone, Suboxone, marijuana, and tobacco (cigarettes or vaping)? In this course, we interview Dr. Julia Bledsoe, a board certified pediatrician specializing in adoption and prenatal exposure. She is a professor at the University of Washington in General Pediatrics, and also the faculty pediatrician at the UW FAS (Fetal Alcohol Syndrome) Clinic, the longest standing FAS center in the US. She is also an adoptive parent.
This course covers the following topics:
*This course includes a 1-hour conversational audio lesson, a 10-question quiz, and a certificate of completion with the successful completion of the quiz at 80%.
Your course will remain active for 180 days from purchase date.
This course aligns with the following regulatory requirements.
Hague Treaty on Intercountry Adoption*
*Important Information for agencies on Hague Training Requirements.
*Important Information for agencies on Virginia core competencies.
Illinois Licensing Standard §401.520
*Important Information for agencies on Illinois Adoption Requirements.
Nebraska Licensing Requirement 005.16(D)(i)
*Important Information for agencies on Nebraska Adoption Requirements.