FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER (FASD) SERIES
January 11, 2018 N/A
The IHS TeleBehavioral Health Center of Excellence presents:
FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER (FASD) SERIES:
Understanding How FASD Impacts Students: Why Is It Important?
Presented by Robin Harwick, PhD & Elizabeth West, PhD
Dates and Time
January 11, 2017, 1 pm ET, 12 pm CT, 11 am MT, 10 am PT, and 9 am AKT
* Arizona, you will be aligned with Mountain Time due to Daylight Savings Time ending.
At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:
1. Examine the importance of education related to the impact of FASD on students.
2. Demonstrate increased confidence in discussions with parent/caregivers about FASD.
3. Determine what types of interventions are effective for students with FASD.
Educators, Health & Educational Administrators, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Counselors, Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Psychologists, Dentists, Physicians, Physicians Assistants, Social Workers, Allied Health Professionals, Psychiatrists.
This presentation is open to everyone and no registration is required. Simply follow the instructions under “Connection Information” on the day of the presentation to be connected. There is no cost or travel required and no credits will be offered.
About the Presenters
Robin Harwick, PhD, is highly motivated and passionate about bridging the gap between research and practice to improve the lives of children and families particularly those from underserved and/or marginalized populations. She has been a member of academic, governmental, and private research teams since 1995. She has also worked extensively in direct service of children and families as a parent educator, home visitor, and therapeutic foster parent. In these roles, she conducted developmental assessments, designed curricula, taught parenting classes, and served as an advocate for youth and families. Her research interests include the transition to adulthood, family systems, and substance use and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. She is currently a Research Scientist at the University of Washington’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute.