Free Event - Overcoming Barriers to FASD-Informed Care
Thursday, Jan 9
Noon to 1 pm
71 E. Ferry St, 2nd Floor
Detroit, MI 48202 (map)
Free and Open to All
Speaker: Christie Petrenko, PhD
Mt. Hope Family Center, University of Rochester
Dr. Petrenko will introduce fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) and define “FASD-informed care” based on current conceptualizations integrating research and clinical wisdom. Most people affected by this condition do not, unfortunately, receive FASD-informed care. Dr. Petrenko will review the research on barriers that interfere with access to care and discuss current research to overcome these barriers. She will also share practical resources available to providers and parents to increase provision of FASD-informed care.
Learning Objectives (1 CE Psychology)
Define FASD-informed care.
Identify family-level and systems-level barriers that contribute to children and families not receiving FASD-informed care.
Describe current research efforts to increase access to FASD-informed care.
Identify available provider and family resources to increase provision of FASD-informed care.
Wayne State University's Department of Psychology is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. WSU's Department of Psychology maintains responsibility for this program and its content.