Helping Kids be Kids: Interventions for Children Exposed to Drugs and/or Alcohol in Utero
Children who have been exposed to drugs and alcohol in utero have many symptoms which can persist and impact participation in childhood occupations
What interventions, within the scope of occupational therapy practices (I), improve participation in childhood occupations (O) for children exposed to drugs and/or alcohol in utero (P)?
At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to...
- Describe the long term effects of exposure to drugs and/or alcohol in utero for children
- Identify at least three evidence-based interventions to promote participation in childhood occupations for children exposed to drugs and/or alcohol in utero
- Explain how they will employ these interventions in their clinical practice
Recommended CitationClements, Madeleine; Starrs, Jennifer; and Santoro, Lauren, "Helping Kids be Kids: Interventions for Children Exposed to Drugs and/or Alcohol in Utero" (2019). Collaborative Research and Evidence shared Among Therapists and Educators (CREATE Day). Paper 81.