Robert Nickel, MD, developmental pediatrician and professor of pediatrics and Susan Edelstein, MSW, Program Director of TIES for Adoption/ UCLA address the issues and challenges faced by parents who care for substance-exposed infants. The health and medical needs of infants and newborns prenatally exposed to drugs can be perplexing and serious. This course sheds light on this complex subject and provides useful strategies for parenting these infants as well as valuable tips for working with an infant's professional team.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
Great info to know. Really enjoyed the insight from the resource mom and the 3 individual stories. The tips for dealing with the potential issues are very informative and great info to keep in mind. I appreciate the way that the "class" kept reinforcing info that is needed to help support infants with substance abuse - well done!
Mary Ellen B.
This was an informative video discussing the effects of a variety of substances to which children may be prenatally exposed. It provides helpful strategies for regulating children who are coping with the effects of these substances in order to promote their development and social interactions. Thank you!
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This course examines the effects of prenatal substance abuse on infants. Also covered are: