The ABC’s of FASD: What Are Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and How Can We Prevent Them
Dr. Luther Robinson , Director, Special Diagnostic Clinic,
Women & Children’s Hospital, Buffalo , NY
Dianne O’Connor, Adoptive Parent/Parent Advocate
This program will provide updated information on FASD, including new terminology, causes, emerging brain research, diagnostic criteria, and cognitive, behavioral and emotional issues for children and adults with an FASD – along with helpful tips on advocating for children.
Satellite broadcast originally aired June 16, 2005.
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